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What would be the best framework to implement a mobile application?

I plan to build a mobile application on all platforms which serves up results based on the location of the user. I have checked the following: phonegap,bootstrap,appgyver,ionic.

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I dove into Appcelerator Titanium as a novice developer with very little experience in Javascript. I put an app in the Apple App Store within a few months by working nights and weekends. If you (1) want to write code, (2) want a native app, and (3) don't have prior experience with Objective C or Java, OR (4) want to write less code and deploy faster, then I recommend Titanium. If you (a) don't want to touch the code, (b) have some compelling feature that requires lower-level access than what is offered by Titanium (I don't know what this might be), or (c) have significantly more experience with a relevant programming language and don't want to learn Javascript, then there are surely more appropriate alternatives.


Answered 7 years ago

Definitely go with PhoneGap.
Learning curve for web technologies (HTML, css & javascript) is the most compelling out there.
These have been around for decades and you can find all sorts of tutorials, sample code, discussion, and frameworks.


Answered 7 years ago

Phonegap is sweet - however, I think the bigger question is - how involved with the framework do you want to be? How senior will your development team be? Maybe this team is an army of one? You?

While you are open to ideas, why not look at some of the game engines that use a development platform with data integration capabilities?

Cheers -


Answered 7 years ago

What framework you use depends on your experience and knowledge of the corresponding programming language. I would also recommend looking into Xamarin, which allows you to create native applications for all platforms while writing code in C#

I would be happy to discuss further if you would like to jump on a call.


Answered 7 years ago

Ionic Framework would be my No.1 choice!
Appgyver just came out with upgrade, you should check it out!

But Ionic Framework rocks!


Answered 4 years ago

I usually recommend either React Native or Flutter. Both produce professional looking apps that support both iOS and Android. React Native's advantage is that it is based on React, so you can combine some work if you want to have both a web and mobile interface. Flutter's got a nice, quick development style. Either one will give you great results though.


Answered 21 days ago

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