Just like the evolving mobile app industry, the frameworks used to develop them keep on evolving too. While the basics remain the same, a number of others come up every other year to enable the primary structures in making the app development process faster and easier from design to speed.
2017 Best Mobile App Development Frameworks
If you are planning to launch a mobile or web app this year, here are the 10 frameworks that you need to discuss with your mobile app development firm, because they are here to stay…
It is an open source CSS library that is designed to help mobile app developers make apps that emphasize on speed. It aims at understanding and then altering every CSS control impacting the layout, loading, and frames per second.
Mobile Angular UI
The framework mixes the best of web we already know – Twitter Bootstrap and AngularJS. Together, these elements enables one to create web and hybrid apps. Mobile Angular UI gives essential mobile features missing in Bootstrap 3 like the overlays and switches etc.
It is an open source and free mobile HTML framework which helps in developing both hybrid mobile apps and web apps with Android & iOS native look interface. This is also a prototyping apps tool when you need to show the working prototype in a short time period.
Junior is a Zepto plugin used for building mobile apps like the jQT. However, Junior is reliant on various external libraries for some of its features to work like it uses Flickable.js, Backbone.js for making the swipe-able slider, and Ratchet for having the UI scaffold.
Appcelerator Titanium apps concentrate the UI with the help of platform’s native control features. Titanium is envisioned to offer the experience of the native UI, along with the transportability between the different Android, BlackBerry, iOS, and platforms.
For those who are concerned with their app performance, this is the ideal framework. Ionic is the HTML5 mobile framework that focuses on app’s performance by taking advantage of the hardware acceleration. The framework doesn’t require any third-party Java Script library. Ionic works best along with Angular.js when building an interactive application.
While this is just a list of 10, with time a number of other frameworks will be seen in the market to enable the mobile application development process. Bu for this year, you will be sorted with these ten.