12 Best jQuery And HTML5 Frameworks For Mobile Apps

jQuery had been recently developed for computers and was the most used software and now it has also been developed for the mobile handsets. It is a java script

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der development is going to be compatible with almost all kinds of smart phones and tablets. It was indeed considered necessary to develop and introduce such kind of a software because the market for smart phones and tablet computers is growing immensely and JQuery is one such software that is compatible with not only smart phones and tablet computers but also various other mobile app platforms and frameworks.

Similarly another kind of software that is being developed for a similar kind of purpose is HTML 5. This software provides mobile phones user a large variety of richer web applications and in addition it also provides better usability. With the development of these two softwares the pace of development of mobile phones is increasing to a great extent.

jQuery also in addition provides a lot of components like toolbars, form elements, content formatting etc. Form last few days we are posting about JQuery and HTML5 and this time we have come up with JQuery and HTML5 Frameworks for Mobile application development. Please share your thoughts in our comment section below.

 

1) Galleria

Galleria is a JavaScript image gallery framework built on top of the jQuery library. The aim is to simplify the process of creating professional image galleries for the web and mobile devices.

 

2) jquery-mobile-960

jquery-mobile-960 is a port of 960 grid to jquery mobile. It merge the flexibility of 960.gs, and the ease of jquery mobile. It aims to bring more flexibility to jquery-mobile layout and thus make it easier to use on tablets.

 

3) zeptojs

Zepto’s primary focus is on mobile devices, where small file sizes and tapping into the latest browser features matter most for fast loading and optimal runtime performance.

 

4) embedjs

EmbedJS is a JavaScript framework for embedded devices (mobile phones, TVs, etc.). It takes a different approach than other frameworks by shipping just the code needed for each device. That means, there’s less code going over the wire, less code branching at runtime and less memory usage.

 

5) mobilizejs

Mobilize.js allows web developers create mobile sites out of existing websites with little effort.

 

6) dhtmlx

DHTMLX Touch is a free open source JavaScript library for building HTML5-based mobile web apps. It’s not just a set of UI widgets, but a complete framework that allows you to create eye-catching, robust web applications that run on iOS, Android, and other mobile platforms.

 

7) the-m-project

By using the widely accepted libraries jQuery and jQuery Mobile, The-M-Project is based on some rock-solid technologies.

 

8 ) mobl-lang

mobl is a new free and open source language designed specially to speed up building mobile applications. Using modern HTML5 technologies, mobl offers you

  • 1) a concise language to build native-feeling web apps in a jiff;
  • 2) great (Eclipse) IDE support (such as as-you-type error reporting, code completion and reference resolving);
  • 3) a rapid save and test cycle. No more lengthy compilations, the mobl IDE compiles your modules whenever you save, ready to be tested in the mobile browser

 

9) limejs

LimeJS is a HTML5 game framework for building fast, native-experience games for all modern touchscreens and
desktop browsers.

10) sproutcore

SproutCore is an open-source framework for building blazingly fast, innovative user experiences on the web.

11) joapp

Your HTML5 app lives in a single page and Jo helps you create a native-like app experience. Sure, there’s some DOM manipulation going on in there, but you don’t have to worry about it unless you want to. Build your app with JavaScript, tweak some CSS and call it a day.

12) jQuery Mobile

A unified, HTML5-based user interface system for all popular mobile device platforms, built on the rock-solid jQuery and jQuery UI foundation. Its lightweight code is built with progressive enhancement, and has a flexible, easily themeable design


1 Comment

John Bristowe on February 17, 2012 at 9:06 am.

Great list! There’s also Kendo UI Mobile, a framework for building applications for iOS and Android mobile devices with web technologies.

Disclaimer: I work for Telerik.

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