1. jQuery Mobile
jQuery Mobile comes as a free web framework and helps the developers in the rapid development of apps that are accessible across different mobile devices. The framework is renowned for offering the exceptional UI across a range of platforms that include Android, BlackBerry, iOS, Android, WebOS, Windows phone, Symbian, and more.
2. Sencha Touch
Sencha Touch is one of the most popular frameworks among developers. The framework is popular as it is renowned for being the first HTML5 framework that can be used either for smartphones or tablets. The framework offers a number of developer-friendly features such as a complete set of themes for mobile platforms, renowned MCV software architecture pattern, enriched UI, extensive data package, and much more.
Ember.js comes in use when there is the requirement of creating complex web applications. The framework uses two important elements to pull up the things. The first is the two-way binding method and another is fastboot.js module. Fastboot.js works much similar to React.js and helps in rendering DOM on the server side. Thus, it gets easy to render even the complex UI.
Zepto.js is an open-source, jQuery compatible framework for developing mobile apps built especially for mobile WebKit browsers such as Safari as well as Chrome. The best news about this framework is that it has a lightweight codebase. Zepto is much easier to learn by the developers who are very much familiar with jQuery. The architecture of this framework is much similar to jQuery.
The Bottom Line
The compilation of these JavScript powered frameworks has been done on the basis of their versatility and the popularity among the developers. Besides this list, there are a number of other frameworks that are utilized now and then.
Author Bio: Tom Hardy is a passionate developer at Sparx IT Solutions – App Development Company and is indulged in searching about new mobile and web technologies that help in enhancing the functionalities of websites on both the platforms. He keeps updating the readers about the latest trends through engaging write-ups. Follow him on Google+, Facebook, and Twitter.
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