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Flutter - Framework for building high-performance, high-fidelity iOS and Android apps

  •    Dart

Flutter is Google’s UI toolkit for building beautiful, natively compiled applications for mobile, web, and desktop from a single codebase. Flutter’s widgets incorporate all critical platform differences such as scrolling, navigation, icons and fonts, and your Flutter code is compiled to native ARM machine code using Dart's native compilers.

PhoneGap - Build amazing mobile apps powered by open web tech

  •    Java

Adobe PhoneGap framework is an open source distribution of Cordova. Reuse existing web development skills to quickly make hybrid applications built with HTML, CSS and JavaScript. Building applications for each platform–iPhone, Android, Windows and more–requires different frameworks and languages. PhoneGap solves this by using standards-based web technologies to bridge web applications and mobile devices.

NativeScript - Build native iOS and Android apps using JavaScript

  •    Typescript

NativeScript is a framework for building native iOS and Android apps using JavaScript and CSS. It renders UIs with the native platform’s rendering engine, no WebViews, resulting in native-like performance and UX. It provides a best-of-both-worlds development experience, its cross-platform JavaScript modules give you the convenience of writing iOS and Android apps from a single JavaScript codebase, while its runtimes gives you the power of accessing native APIs, SDKs, and frameworks.

Weex - A framework for building Mobile cross-platform UI

  •    Javascript

Weex provides the ability to publish cross platform, so web, Android, and IOS apps can use the same API development functions. At the same time, it provides a rich extension of the native interfaces. In this way, it will be very convenient when you need to extend native components or modules.




Weex - A platform for building Mobile Cross-Platform UI

  •    Javascript

Weex dedicates to enable developers to use modern web development experience to build both Android, iOS and web apps with a single codebase. In practice, you can use javascript and modern front-end frameworks to develop mobile apps after integrating the WeexSDK. The structure of Weex is decoupled, the render engines are separated from the syntax layer. Weex doesn’t rely on any specific front-end framework, it mainly supports Vue.js and Rax.