Our top 10 open source mobile app frameworks are listed below in alphabetical order, with links to product pages. Unless otherwise noted, the software is available only in a free, open source version.
from iDangero.us — Since version 1.0 was released a year ago, Framework has been one of the best choices for developing iOS apps. Now that it offers Android support, it’s also a good option if you want to start with iOS, then build an Android version with an iOS like look and feel. Features include Material Design UI, native scrolling, 1:1 page animation, a custom DOM library, and XHR caching and preloading.
from Ionic — Based on the Sass CSS extension language, this popular cross-platform framework is fairly easy to use, yet it can also integrate AngularJS for building more advanced apps. Ionic offers a library of mobile-optimized HTML, CSS, and JS CSS components, gestures, and tools, and works with predefined components. A command-line interface provides features like emulators, live reload, and logging, There’s also a Cordova-based app packager.
from jQuery Foundation — Based on jQuery, this mature, lightweight framework lacks many of the advanced features of most packages here, but it still has a large, committed user base. While it offers features like semantic markup, progressive enhancement, themable design, and PhoneGap/Cordova support, there’s not much here for native-like functionality and performance or advanced UI. On the other hand, its simplicity means that “write once, run anywhere” is often an achievable goal, and it’s a good choice for simple apps that also need to run on Windows Phone and BlackBerry.
Mobile Angular UI
from Maurizio Casimirri — This open source project combines AngularJS and a modified version of Twitter’s Bootstrap into a mobile UI framework. It is said to retain most of Bootstrap 3’s syntax for easier web-to-mobile portability while adding mobile components missing from Bootstrap, such as switches, overlays, sidebars, scrollable areas, and fixed-positioned navbars. Libraries include fastclick.js and overthrow.js.
from Asial Corp. — Onsen is built on HTML and CSS, and is designed to work with PhoneGap and Cordova, which are not pre-integrated. It can also work with Angular and jQuery. As the name suggests, the program stresses UI development, and offers a wide range of web-based UI components and features, such as two-column views for tablets. (Material Design, however, is still missing.) The well-documented program is pitched at jQuery Mobile users who need ease of use but want more functionality, performance, and UI features. A drag and drop GUI tool is under development at Tokyo-based Asial, which also develops and maintains Monaca.
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