• December 9, 2016

Seneca is a microservices toolkit for Node.js. It provides plugins that look after the foundations of your app. This leaves you free to focus on the real, business code. No need to worry about which database to use, how to structure your components, or how to manage dependencies, as these are all covered by a unified component model. You write everything as a command. Your commands get called whenever they match a set of properties. Your calling code doesn’t know, or care, which command gets the work done. One JavaScript object goes in, and another comes out, asynchronously.


  • November 30, 2016

MvvmCross is a open source cross-platform mvvm framework that enables developers to create cross platform apps on iOS, Android, Windows Phone, etc. with Xamarin.


  • September 28, 2016

Powerful like React, simple like jQuery. BunnyJS is a modern Vanilla JS and ES6 library and next-generation front-end framework, package of small stand-alone components without dependencies.


  • September 11, 2016

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

Mobile Angular UI

  • September 11, 2016

Mobile Angular UI is an upcoming mobile UI framework which is HTML5-based. It combines the power AngularJs and Bootstrap in developing a very interactive mobile app.

The framework operates just as jQuery Mobile and Sencha Touch. It relies heavily on robust libraries such as overthrow.js and fastclick.js to achieve the best mobile experience. The amazing thing about this framework is that its directives are super-easy to understand and learn when it comes to putting things together.


Features of Mobile Angular UI

Some of the distinctive characteristics of this framework include:

1. Use the combo of Bootstrap 3 as well as AngularJs which are very powerful.

2. Excellently styled default controls.

3. It does not have heavy dependencies such as bootstrap.js and jQuery.

4. Provides mobile components not found in Bootstrap.

Benefits of Mobile Angular UI

Mobile Angular UI offers essential mobile components especially the ones which are not found Bootstrap 3. Theses include switches, sidebars, overlays, and scrollable areas. They are positioned on top and bottom of the navbars which never scroll or bounce. By use of Mobile Angular UI, moving from the Desktop to the Mobile and back is possible with less effort since it retains most of the Bootstrap 3-syntax. The retainment is critical in bringing an existing desktop web application to mobile.