• 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

Xamarin is a model for use in developing a cross-mobile application platform. The Xamarin framework offers a single language C# and a runtime that makes it applicable to the Windows, Android and iOS mobile operating systems.

Why Utilize Xamarin?
• Xamarin renders an extended collection of class libraries
• Xamarin minimizes the cost and time involved in developing mobile apps.
• Xamarin offers a cross-platform support for the three mobile operating systems (Windows, iOS, and Android)
• Xamarin ensures few runtime errors and enhances quality of applications.
How Xamarin Works

Xamarin offers versatility to code core logic using the C# language and versatility to design numerous user interfaces.
• On iOS systems, the C# initial code is put together by Xamarin.iOS.
• On Android systems, C# is executed in the intermediate language.
• On Windows systems, the C# language is carried out by the inbuilt runtime. The C# language does not depend on the Xamarin tools.

Setting Up Xamarin
• Download Xamarin Installer
• Run the installer
• Configure
• Activate Xamarin


  • September 11, 2016

Junior is of the frameworks for creating mobile applications. However, before discussing how it is structured and how it works, it would be good to understand what a mobile app development framework is. 

Every application that exists requires a fundamental structure in order to operate in a certain environment. This fundamental structure is obtained from a software library, thus acting as the support for building the library. An example of such a framework is junior.

With this understanding, junior is a framework used for creating HTML 5 mobile apps. It used with external libraries such as modernizer, zepto flickable and backbone. Depending on the one used, it produces native-looking mobile apps.

The junior mobile app development framework utilizes Ratchet CSS UI components. It also has the CSS3 transitions that are optimized for mobile performance. Therefore, it is an outstanding mobile app development framework.

Normally, application frameworks serve the purpose of lessening the issues that arise during development of applications. Therefore, the application framework must have a code that will be commonly shared in the application. Junior is known to do this excellently.

As well, it is good to note that in the process of developing an application, the technique remains to be objected-oriented. This means that when the framework is being implemented, the existing classes that easily build more applications.