|Start Date||End Date||No. of Hrs||Time (IST)||Day|
|01 Feb 2020||15 Feb 2020||16||06:00 PM - 09:00 PM||Sat, Sun|
|15 Feb 2020||29 Feb 2020||16||06:00 PM - 09:00 PM||Sat, Sun|
|29 Feb 2020||14 Mar 2020||16||06:00 PM - 09:00 PM||Sat, Sun|
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Hybrid apps are the mobile applications that run on different mobile operating systems like Android, iOS, and Windows, and web browsers, like Mozilla, Chrome, IT, etc. They are highly cost effective as these apps can be worked everywhere and can be maintained in one place. Hybrid app development is one of the fastest growing areas in the IT industry. Ionic is an open-source development framework for building hybrid mobile applications. It is an excellent platform for building basic native functionalities within an application to run on devices having different operating systems.
At Multisoft Virtual Academy, the Ionic Framework online training is designed to give candidates the know-how and confidence they need to be successful from day one. Ionic experts focus on deepening their knowledge of framework fundamentals and best practices, end-to-end app building strategies, API and backend integration approaches, etc. Candidates also gain skills needed to solve hard problems, build great experiences and take their first step towards their goal.
At the successful completion of Ionic Framework Online Training, the candidates will receive a training completion certificate from Multisoft Virtual Academy.
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Multisoft has helped me a lot in learning the concepts of Core Java and Android. The trainer was also very helpful and guided me throughout the Core Java and android online training. It has helped me to improve the career prospectives.
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I like everything, just lack of documentation about the program I was following. I suggest that the professors (or the institution itself) should prepare a document and provide it to the students after every class.”
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