The influence that mobile devices have on the entire industry offers a great opportunity for website owners and web developers. They are gnawing at their apps on these devices, while cross-platform mobile apps and website interfaces are set to fire their salvo in this vibrant sphere.
An impressive built-in geolocation module allows testing of geolocation related applications.
Jo creates applications compatible with iOS, Android, Blackberry by taking advantage of the cream of CSS technology to solve design and animation problems.
Kendo UI is a set of HTML5 controls released late last year, it’s quite similar, although it claims to be non-jQuery compliant, but when we try to use it, a lot of jQuery style code appears intertwined.
When developing a web-based application, it is necessary to ensure that our application is compatible with the browsers in use today. Much less of a problem for the mobile world due to the rampant purchase of new devices and the advancement in the technology embedded in them. But our site must be tested with the devices of the intended users.
New trends have emerged in the way of writing Ruby instead of Objective C. It was released in May this year in the form of Ruby Motion to develop and test native applications for Ipad and Iphone. For those used to the Ruby language, this is a pretty amazing makeover.
Before we set foot in the development phase, let’s decide whether to use the Android, Apple, or Blackberry models. A recent Forrester survey of 4,000 information workers in 17 different countries found that usages were to the same extent with Blackberry taking a slight hit.
The Mobile Development Platform helps low-power portable devices, such as mobile phones and digital assistants, to handle applications pre-installed during the manufacturing of these devices. But with the proliferation of smartphones, tablets and mobiles, it is necessary to review the pre-installed software. It goes without saying that we cannot waste precious time developing new apps for each and every device.
The final problem is how we build the platform. For example, iOS requires a Mac, Windows Phone requires a Windows PC, and the others come with a price tag. Today, mobile development with options and new trends is here to stay and web developers are now all over the platform looking for a ticket on the mobile bandwagon.