Although businesses are keener on giving intuitive user experience to their audience via native apps to win them over but it is not always feasible in all the circumstances, for all the businesses and in every industry. As a result hybrid mobile apps have got traction in a short time. Now for dot net experts, the good news is that Microsoft has acquired Xamarin, the C# based cross-platform which uses Microsoft tools and technologies and it has enabled them to excel in app development creating native-like app experience. Let us put a glance on why C# is considered the ideal language for cross-platform app development:
Uses type interface
C# uses type interface to provide typing safety for the dot net specialists, therefore, with fewer keystrokes they can do many things. They can type annotations like tricky tasks without boilerplate or verbose.
C# allows you to use collections and other compound types safely without the need of making any casts or comments. This is because Xamarin tools automatically understand and interpret the intent behind the code.
Unlike Java, wherein lambdas are absent, or in objective-C where they are a bit unwieldy developers feel very comfortable in C# because of the presence of A-grade functions.
In Swift, Java and Objective-C asynchronous programming need callbacks, at the language level, whereas in C# it is very easy to achieve and thus keeps applications responsive.