jQT

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jQT

jQTouch is an application framework primarily used for Webkit browsers. It allows developers to create applications using CSS, HTML and Java Script hence the applications have a native look.

It is a cross platform that supports Android, Web Kit, webOS, iOS and the windows operating systems.
The framework is very easy to customize and to extend. It features a 3D transition which is adjustable through the CSS3, making it one of the most versatile mobile frameworks. Moreover, it comes with flexible themes which can be easily modified by using Compass or Sass.

It also offers amazing facilities such as auto navigation and animations. This enables mobile application developers to play with a wide range of options.
The jQTouch is efficient and flexible. However, the framework has issues with performance.

There are delays when responding to tap events and also page transitions are sometimes missing or even jumpy. This limits its functionality to an extent.

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date_rangeFrom:   2009

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