Mobile app development has the best of both worlds – native apps and web apps. Hybrid apps are gaining popularity among developers as they can code apps only once and then run on any platform with least efforts required for extra coding.
Ionic: Ionic is widely considered as the pioneer of mobile app frameworks. Ionic is based on HTML 5 and it mainly focuses on app performance. It requires no third-party integration with JS library. To make a big interactive app, it can be clubbed with Angular.JS, both frameworks together work very well. Ionic has few reusable HTML classes and a range of inbuilt icons set called Ionicons.
Sencha Touch: Sencha Touch is a mature framework based on HTML5/CSS3. An enterprise targeted framework, Sencha Touch has its own core at ExtJS. It scores highly because of the undeniable fact that you can create high-performance applications with its near native experience.
Mobile Angular UI: Angular is pretty much the perfect solution for data binding. Data binding in Angular apps involves the automated synchronization of data amongst the model (or customer input source) and the “view”. When the model changes, the view rejects the change and vice versa. By cutting short multiple steps, Angular is a highly attractive entity.
PhoneGap: PhoneGap is one of the most widely used frameworks, based upon Cordova. It comes with the set of APIs that can connect to a mobile’s general inbuilt functions like camera, location, contacts etc. PhoneGap community also has an incredible support team.