Viewing posts tagged phonegap
By now, most everyone should be acquainted with the differences between mobile platforms. Likewise, it should be common knowledge that apps specifically designed for one platform are not going to work on another platform and vice versa. So, why not go with a framework that will enable one application to work on multiple platforms? One way to do this is to use Cordova. What makes it so special? Let's take a look.
Think of as many mobile apps as you can. Now take that number and multiply it by... well, you get the point. There are so many apps on the market these days, it can be intimidating. But is it really any wonder given the ever increasing popularity of mobile devices? Different mobile platforms also come along with the various devices in existence today. This can pose a challenge. Consider that there are multiple types of apps that enable different capability and functionality depending on the platform they encounter. Think native and hybrid apps.
Mobile Applications have emerged as a powerful way for businesses to interact with their customers. Consumer Apps allow people to use Facebook or Twitter from anywhere they can get cell service. Mobile Games like Angry Birds have redefined entire business models for entertainment and have even reshaped the way people use their bank. In a lot of ways Mobile Apps are causing the same huge shift that happened when webpages became commonplace. Even laptops are slowly being replaced by tablets that boast longer battery life in a slimmer, lighter package.