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jQT

  • September 11, 2016

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.



LungoJS

  • September 11, 2016

LungoJS is a one-of-a kind of framework driven by HTML, CSS and JavaScript for making mobile web based applications. The applications designed with this operate on all widespread platforms like iOS, BlackBerry, Android and Web based OS. It has provision for touch actions like tap, swipe or double-tap and does not utilize images along with the icons, because everything is vectorized.

Lungo is licensed below free commercial and open source licenses for application development, and a rewarded commercial license for OEM uses. The major idea in Lungo is to make a semantic arrangement in the entire project, beginning from HTML, through a fine-organized CSS and concluding with the API of JavaScript.

Lungo Framework makes use of actual & future features of advanced Web Development. It has various core features. Designing and creating applications for iOS, Blackberry, Android and WebOs. It is designed to secure benefits of the characteristics of present mobile devices. It has ability to detect actions like Swipe, Tap or Double-Tap. It can dispense the application in either mobile stores or in websites. It has ability to device HTML features such as WebSQL, Geolocation, History, etc. It does not require webserver.



Ratchet

  • September 11, 2016

Build mobile apps with simple HTML, CSS, and JS components.



PhoneGap

  • September 11, 2016

Mobile Application¬†Development “Framework”¬†developed by Adobe Systems. This software is one of the excellent options to develop mobile applications! These days most other frameworks use some or most of PhoneGab’s features, components and the framework has become one of the top development tools out there.

What are the Programming Skills & Knowledge required to work on PhoneGap?
* The developer who intends to work on PhoneGap does not require having any expertise of mobile programming language!
* Easy web-development languages like CSS (Cascading Style Sheets), HTML (Hyper Text Markup Language) and JScript (Java Script)!

What are the Operating System (OS) compatible platforms to produce apps with PhoneGap?
* All the established OS platforms are covered by PhoneGap – Android, Windows Mobile OS, BlackBerry, iOS etc.

What are the advantages of PhoneGap?
* All those programmers, who are interested in making their website available on app, may be online or offline can absolutely take the advantage of PhoneGap!
* This framework helps the developers to develop their own unique apps by using normal API’S (Application Programming Interface) especially for most of the Mobile OS!
* PhoneGap is available free (and is open-source)
* Once the app is developed in PhoneGap – it has very high device portability!
* Not only PhoneGap permits its developers to upload all the data statistics on their website but also transforms it to different types of App files!



Titanium

  • September 11, 2016

Titanium is an extensible and open environment that is used for creating cross platform mobile applications. This includes iOS, Windows, Android and Blackberry. The framework allows you to develop applications in the most flexible way owing to its rapid prototyping. Because of this feature, about 10% of smartphones worldwide run titanium-built applications.

The framework uses Java Script, Python, CSS and HTML for creating the applications. It also uses the standard user interface components such as tables, navigation bars, buttons and dialog boxes. Moreover, it uses standard device functions such as the accelorometer file systems and maps. Titanium allows you to store the data locally and supports the asynchronous module definition and the common Java Script.

Although the titanium framework is very efficient and gives very fast results, it has a few disadvantages. Its access is usually restricted for some components of the mobile operating system. The framework also offers rather limited access to some device resources such as the camera. Therefore, performance may be affected if a developer decides to use many graphics.