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Tuesday 23 August 2016

Let us know about some of the Mobile Application Development Frameworks

In this post we will be discussing about some of the Mobile application development frameworks which are active on development. In today's world building mobile application becomes pretty easy with user-friendly and high quality frameworks. There are tons of Mobile Frameworks which are available for developers but choosing the right one for building apps will help you to finish the task in certain deadline.

When we hear about mobile frameworks the few names which comes in our mind are Ionic Framework, Kendo UI etc. But in this post we will be discussing about some of the other frameworks which are active on development and can help us in building our mobile apps as per our need.

1. Weex

It is a framework for building Mobile cross-platform UI. Its features include light weight, extendable and it gives high performance. It is a Cross-Platform application and it has native speed in the native platform that means it preserve the quality of user experience on critical platform.

2. Onsen UI

Onsen UI is an HTML5 hybrid mobile app framework and UI components for phoneGap and cordova. Onsen UI is an open source which is designed and implemented to deliver unprecedented user interface and user experience for mobile and hybrid apps. Its has material design, web-components, AngularJS modules, Angular 2 components and React components.

3. Mobile Angular UI

Mobile Angular UI is an HTML5 framework which uses bootstrap and AngularJS to create interactive mobile apps. If you are familiar with Angular JS and Twitter Bootstrap you already know about Angular UI.

4. Framework7

Framework7 is a full featured HTML framework for building iOS & Android Apps. It is a free and open source mobile HTML framework to develop hybrid mobile apps or web apps with iOS & Android native look and feel. The main advantage of Framework7 is that it empowers developers to build iOS apps with just CSS, JavaScript and HTML.

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