Well not really?
There has been a big argument on Twitter about NativeScript vs Ionic or NativeScript vs Hybrid and how you can upgrade to NativeScript from hybrid.
Of course the hybrid people weren’t to keen on that idea.
But really in the end it’s all about the app and what it can do and how it performs. I choose to create Ionic apps because I like how Ionic works, and how you go about developing Ionic apps. I think the team at Ionic have done a fantastic job creating a framework and SDK that allows me to create cross platform apps.
It only matters how apps are being built if you have something to sell about how apps should be built, whether it’s a book or a course. Me, I like to build apps that perform well, look good and do exactly what the clients what the app to do.