- React Native
- Mobile Angular UI
Android and iOS devices dominate the mobile market, but other manufacturers like Windows also have mobile devices as well. If you want to be able to reach any user on any device, a cross-platform mobile app is your most cost-effective option.
React Native utilizes a modern declarative style of writing code and gives developers the ability to reuse User Interface components, which can drastically speed up the development process. Another reason why React Native is a great choice for mobile development is that it can be combined with native code written in other programming languages.
Mobile Angular UI
Mobile Angular UI makes it easy to bring an existing Angular web app to mobile. Some of the key features of this framework that ensure quality and development workflow are:
- Two-way data binding
- Built-in dependency injection
- Built-in directives
Angular is great for building fast, responsive User Interfaces because it relies on the browser to develop the page instead of the server. This feature lessens the strain on the webserver and ultimately results in faster load times.
Titanium gets its most value out of developing prototypes quickly in its integrated development environment. This feature allows developers to design a build first, test their ideas, and see if there is a market for their app before they launch their full development and production processes.
The Titanium framework allows developers to reuse large portions of their code when creating hybrid, cross-platform applications.
Ionic also gives developers four different testing options. Developers can choose the testing methodology that best aligns with their philosophy and needs. Ionic apps can be tested using the Webkit browser, in an Android or iOS simulator, in a mobile browser, or on a specific mobile device.
NodeJS can also be used for backend API servers and traditional websites too. This runtime environment is easily scalable and never has to buffer data.