Cross Platform Mobility
Cross-platform mobility refers to the development and implementation of mobile applications that can run seamlessly on multiple operating systems and device platforms. These platforms typically include popular mobile operating systems like iOS (Apple), Android (Google), and sometimes Windows.
The concept of cross-platform mobility addresses the challenges posed by the diversity of devices and operating systems in the mobile landscape. Rather than developing separate native apps for each platform, cross-platform mobility aims to create a single codebase that can be used to deploy applications across multiple platforms.