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7 Top Mobile Development Frameworks

7 Top Mobile Development Frameworks

Number one: React Native

  • An open-source JavaScript library created by facebook. You can create rich applications both iOS and Android while also creating platform-specific versions of various components.

Number two: Flutter

  • A UI built by Google. It's used for building native applications for web, mobile, and desktop. Key features include material design system, rich motion APIs, and strong widgets support.

Number three: Ionic

Used for building interactive hybrid and progressive web apps along with across-platform apps, built by Drifty in 2013.

Number four: Xamarin

  • Based off .Net, this native platform was introduced by Microsoft. It offers a development ecosystem with backend, API, components, etc.

Number five: Corona

  • A cross-platform & open-source development framework, which is suitable for building games and applications. It is also known as the 2D game engine.

Number six: NativeScript

  • An open-source framework to create native mobile applications empowered with Angular, Typescript, JavaScript, CSS, and Vue.js.

Number seven: JQuery Mobile

A user interface system based on HTML5. This web is touch-optimized and used to build highly responsive applications for smartphones, tablets as well as desktops.

Summary:

  1. React Native
  2. Flutter
  3. Ionic
  4. Xamarin
  5. Corona
  6. NativeScript
  7. JQuery Mobile

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