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Top 5 Mobile App Development Framework for 2019

by Mobiloitte Technologies Marketing Manager

The year 2019 is around the corner with amazing new mobile technologies which are yet to be implemented to its fullest. We have seen some mobile frameworks in the works and been carried out in mobile app development with amazing results and positive user feedback. Most app development companies have changed their trends from native development into more robust and next-gen frameworks which have provided them with an edge from the rest of the mobile app development companies. With improvisation in app development trends, there’s also a new framework coming the way.

So of all the people who are eagerly waiting for the new year’s sun to rise over the horizon with new inspiration over mobile app development, we will list down some of the best mobile development frameworks which will show much appreciation in the year 2019

Flutter

Initially launched in 2017, flutter has been gaining immense popularity in the past year as the Google own mobile development framework. Using Dark programming language, flutter is a cross-mobile framework with amazing features such as material design, seamless animations, flexible UI and Out of the box SDKs. Being a Google made product, it has large user support so that you can easily tackle all those hard to understand the concept with just search down from the internet.

React Native

In 2015, saw a framework which is both light-weight, fast and cross-platform with a high number of support available any top-notch developers, React Native is a mobile development platform introduced by Facebook. It is built on the ES6 version of JavaScript along with open-source nature, that means more improvement is along the way. Until of today, react native is still in beta version but has improved a lot from its IDE, execution, and APK build. There are number of third-party solutions for developing react native applications without a sweat.

Ionic

Being as one of the most popular mobile development frameworks for 2 years straight, Ionic is a household name for hybrid apps development using HTML5, CSS and JavaScript. Its robustness and out of the box SDKs make it easy for developers to design an app that can work like a normal native app. Highly cost-efficient, modern and features a lot of awesome elements from the framework to create a seamless UI/UX for the app. Ionic has also been widely used for developing Progressive Web Apps which an even greater form of ordinary Web Apps and many big companies are using it such as Uber, Twitter and Washington Post.

Adobe PhoneGap

Another popular mobile framework to create cross-platform apps is PhoneGap. Developed through the combination of HTML5, CSS and JS, PhoneGap has been used for many years and developed number of web apps for businesses and clients. PhoneGap doesn’t restrict users from developing an app based on their hardware restrictions, instead, it is useful to create web apps that run on the browser or Web View module. Through amazing CCS3 elements, the mobile components used through PhoneGap will show no difference from a hybrid app to native app.

Corona SDK

 Corona SDK developed in Lua, a highly versatile programming language which is widely known due to its speed and flexibility, is given all the credit from towards the concern mobile framework known as Corona SDK. Mobile apps which is heavily integrated across all platform including Windows and Mac OS can use Corona SDK for this purpose, as it support these OS as well.

Conclusion

Looking ahead to the in 2019, the future of mobile app development is bright with much more support for the existing mobile framework, by making it more robust, intuitive and easy to develop. With the popularity of cross-platform app development is on the rise, only time will tell that mobile app company true potential in over to their choices on mobile app solutions.


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About Mobiloitte Technologies Advanced   Marketing Manager

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