- jQuery Mobile
This lightweight mobile framework is based on the popular jQuery library. Developers use jQuery Mobile for mobile website development as well as apps. It’s touch-optimized with a focus on broad compatibility(Android, iOS, Windows Phone, and Blackberry).
NativeScript aims for a “write once, use everywhere” philosophy and comes very close. It’s an open-source framework for building Android, iOS, and Windows apps. With access to native API, it creates applications that behave like native apps on those platforms. Heavy code reuse between platform versions cuts the overall development time, too.
Hybrid apps run in a full-screen browser called WebView, which is invisible to the users. Through customizable native plugins, they can access the native features of mobile devices like camera, touch ID etc, without the core code being connected to the device.
Different Frameworks Fit Different Projects.
Obviously the type of project you’re working on will determine the framework you’re going to use. As a developer, you understand what works and what doesn’t. Use these and other tools to design apps more easily.