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Framework battleground: War between 3 popular frameworks- Titanium vs. PhoneGap vs. Html5

Published on 28 October 13
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Whopping development in mobile app development realm is clearly evident in the present scenario with number of companies using cross platform mobile app development frameworks such as Titanium, PhoneGap and HTML5, etc. These have significantly contributed to solve cross platform issues and to develop one application for all devices and platforms, saving time and dealing with cost cutting issues.

Letâs see which among the three popular cross platform mobile app frameworks, is more popular and why.

Titanium

Did you know that Titanium has been key framework behind 50,000 and more applications on approximately 15 crore devices? Yes! Its popularity is just increasing with every passing day. Titanium is an ideal option for rapid testing, developing, publishing and packaging mobile apps. It facilitates in having a noteworthy competitive edge over market competitors and offers 60% faster time to market. This framework eliminates the need to manage several languages, methodologies or toolkits with its single code base and JavaScript. Titanium apps are developed using web based technologies and is native, providing access to the native UI functionality of the device.

PhoneGap

It helps in developing open source and free applications. It uses JavaScript, HTML and CSS that are modern web technologies for creating cross platform applications for mobiles. It is not just a web app native wrapper but also facilitates in building web apps that can run inside a UIWebView control. This framework promotes code re-usability and the same code can be used to create mobile website as well as mobile apps. As of July 2012, more than 80,000 apps were developed using this framework and the number is still rising.

HTML5

As per a latest survey conducted by Telerikâs Kendo UI, majority of developers opt for HTML5 instead of native apps for developing cross platform. If you wish to build innovative apps related to social networking, games, travel, utility, productivity and others, you can rely on HTML5. However, this framework has a few limitations as mentioned by a few respondents who admitted the fact that it was pretty tough on their part to develop apps for iOS and Blackberry mobile platforms.

According to Gartner, more than 50 percent of mobile applications deployed are predicted to be hybrid by 2016. Itâs time to make a smart move and remain tuned to the latest trends in mobility to stay ahead in the race.
Whopping development in mobile app development realm is clearly evident in the present scenario with number of companies using cross platform mobile app development frameworks such as Titanium, PhoneGap and HTML5, etc. These have significantly contributed to solve cross platform issues and to develop one application for all devices and platforms, saving time and dealing with cost cutting issues.

Letâs see which among the three popular cross platform mobile app frameworks, is more popular and why.

Titanium

Did you know that Titanium has been key framework behind 50,000 and more applications on approximately 15 crore devices? Yes! Its popularity is just increasing with every passing day. Titanium is an ideal option for rapid testing, developing, publishing and packaging mobile apps. It facilitates in having a noteworthy competitive edge over market competitors and offers 60% faster time to market. This framework eliminates the need to manage several languages, methodologies or toolkits with its single code base and JavaScript. Titanium apps are developed using web based technologies and is native, providing access to the native UI functionality of the device.

PhoneGap

It helps in developing open source and free applications. It uses JavaScript, HTML and CSS that are modern web technologies for creating cross platform applications for mobiles. It is not just a web app native wrapper but also facilitates in building web apps that can run inside a UIWebView control. This framework promotes code re-usability and the same code can be used to create mobile website as well as mobile apps. As of July 2012, more than 80,000 apps were developed using this framework and the number is still rising.

HTML5

As per a latest survey conducted by Telerikâs Kendo UI, majority of developers opt for HTML5 instead of native apps for developing cross platform. If you wish to build innovative apps related to social networking, games, travel, utility, productivity and others, you can rely on HTML5. However, this framework has a few limitations as mentioned by a few respondents who admitted the fact that it was pretty tough on their part to develop apps for iOS and Blackberry mobile platforms.

According to Gartner, more than 50 percent of mobile applications deployed are predicted to be hybrid by 2016. Itâs time to make a smart move and remain tuned to the latest trends in mobility to stay ahead in the race.

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