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Jump on the bandwagon: frameworks for mobile applications

Jump on the bandwagon: frameworks for mobile applications

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Although hybrid applications are catching up today by embedding a JavaScript code into a framework the performance of web development application was not appreciated earlier due to slow loads and poor response.

The different frameworks that came into market give the entire feel of the native applications.


For example, did you know that Uber runs on m.uber.com but you can’t tell, it’s a web view because it works fine and that’s all matters? Hybrid applications may seem like the best option to start a less expensive mobile application based business but then the native cross-platform is there too which probably eliminates the browser stage from the hybrid application and holds a place for itself.


Making choice for your business makes you ponder on the factors like features required, development cost, framework risk, and speed. The proper tradeoff between these factors is responsible for the choice of the approach one considers for mobile application development.

Let’s see what frameworks have to offer for hybrid applications.


Ionic:
Ionic framework provides an envelope to the web-based application to do well on the different platform. The framework provides the liberty to the developer to build the application in HTML5, CSS and JavaScript .using Angular, it enables the developer to customize the application using ionic features like scroll-view and have a better user interaction for his application.


React Native:
React Native is a framework for just JavaScript mobile application developers. It uses the same building blocks like that of ios or android, the framework enables a mobile application developer to put together the building blocks using JavaScript.

Instead of recompiling the application, the frame worker enables the instant reloading.


Adobe Air:
Adobe Air is developed by Adobe Systems and is a cross-platform runtime system. The application developed using Adobe Air has access to local storage for file system whereas browser-based application can only access individual files selected by the user.

The applications are written using adobe flash and action script. The examples of Adobe Air are eBay and angry bird.

Kendo UI:
It is yet another cross-platform for web-based applications, it an open source version for developers to build applications. The additional features that come with this application are templating, drag and drop and a featured validation framework.


Phone Gap:
It refers itself as a testing utility for the web developers and is another framework which helps developer compile and run application over different platforms. The dominating feature of this framework I, it lets you run tests for local and server applications.

Here local app means the phone gap developed an application and served app is by the CLI.


To Conclude
The ability of an application to run over the entire platform without worrying if it’s written for it is provided by the above-mentioned framework, the use of each framework depends upon the need of the client and the efforts of a mobile app developer.


The hybrid applications can only be accessed using the framework and cross-platform provides an accessibility to native application to perform equally good on another platform without re-writing it.




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