#1: jQuery Mobile
The jQuery mobile framework carries less code to do more agenda on the next level. Besides developing mobile-friendly websites, it is useful for mobile app development too.
It supports a number of native UI including iOS, Android, and others to deliver native-like experiences.
#2: Angular JS
It has all the features that Bootstrap 3 is missing. It has awesome components such as switches, overlays, scrollable areas, sidebars, and absolute positioned navigation bars.
#3: Sencha Touch
It provides numerous developer-friendly features such as themes for mobile apps, MVC software architecture pattern for rapid development, and extensive data packages.
#4: React Native
If you left native cross-platform mobile app development option only, you have React Native framework takes entirely different approaches than Xamarin. You may have familiar HTML-like tags and CSS-like stylesheet.
- It has own DOM so React JS calculates changes needed in advance and updates accordingly
- It can make proper use of native API and JSX is a sugar-syntax
- React JS runs on server, and virtual DOM rendered to the browser, so resulting page allows search engine indexing with ease and favors all SEO processes
- It focuses on UI so gives responsive interface so keep application running smoothly and without interruptions
- With the installation of Chrome extension, you can look into DOM for efficient debugging
- It lets you update JS code without the involvement of developer
- Hot code push function allows you to deploy changes on all mobile OS platforms
- It has miniMongo database which is a JS implementation of MongoDB API
- By implementing miniMongo database in mobile devices, it maintains a local copy of data in local memory
- It provides mobile-to-server data communication and sync functions
With the help GitHub, it empowers developers to use JS, TypeScript, and Angular 2.0 to develop a native category of cross-platform apps.
#9: Backbone JS
Developers prefer Backbone.js when speed matters the most in a single project.
#10: Ember JS
Ember.js offers two-way binding method with one hand and offers fastboot.js module at another hand to pull up the things. Fastboot.js helps in DOM rendering.