Develop Rich HTML5 Applications with Montage

Today we present another framework based on JavaScript that lets you develop rich HTML5 applications. The framework uses JavaScript for front-end stuff and Node.js for back-end and it has been designed to allow you to design applications optimized for both present and future devices. Using Montage, you can build cool UIs for the client and […]

JavaScript UI framework for HTML5 mobile apps

Like other JavaScript UI frameworks, Mobello (the framework we have today) in an open source framework that tries to simplify the development process of creating HTML5 mobile applications. The application aims to provide a native experience being optimized for mobile and providing over 20+ UI components widely used. There is also a IDE (Mobello Studio) […]

Real-time and Open Source Mobile Analytics App

Like Google Analytics, Countly, a real-time open source mobile analytics application collects data from mobile phones and visualizes this information for later analysis related to usage and end-user behaviour. The application provides a stunning dashboard where data is presented with awesome graphics in a elegant way. You don’t need to dig to find information you […]

Mobile framework for MooTools – Moobile

I’ve seen a lot of mobile frameworks out there and most of them were built upon jQuery. But, if you are a MooTools guru, then Moobile is the project you need. The mobile web application frameworks is built on MooTools and is focused on providing a iOS like experience on Webkit browsers. The mobile framework […]

jQuery-like mobile JavaScript framework

Seems that the mobile global market is getting bigger and bigger and users seem to check their favorite sites from their smartphone. Now, most websites (build correctly) look relatively OK on mobile, but what if you could present a mobile version of your websites? jQ.Mobi is a JavaScript mobile framework to help you duplicate your […]

Lightweight framework for creating mobile applications

Usually, there a several awesome frameworks out there for building mobile web applications like that one that I’ve blogged a couple of days ago and usually they can handle almost any scenario. But, usually this kind of applications handle complicated and nasty apps and building a simple one (removing unwanted code, files, etc) can be […]

Build a mobile application: How-To

I recently came across a awesome blog post on how to build a mobile application using jQuery Mobile and PhoneGap. The application is written by Christophe Coenraets and even though the application is quite simple, it covers some common requirements of mobile applications (database access through JSON services, multi-level master-detail views, parameter passing between views, […]

jQuery HTML5 mobile framework

Seems that mobile market is getting larger and larger everyday and mobile optimized websites has become a need. To accomplish this kind of website that is optimized for major mobile OS’s you definitely need a nice framework to do all the major things for you. jQuery mobile framework has just announced their first stable release […]

Mobile framework comparasion

If you start a new project is always good to know the PROs and BADs of a new frameworks before starting to build up your future project. So, regarding this manner, Markus Falk build up a frequently-updated chart that keeps track of pros and bads of mobile frameworks out there. It’s a good and details […]