Generally, mobile apps in Android, iOS, and Windows Phone are built using completely different programming languages; an Android app uses Java, an iOS app uses Objective-C, while a Windows Phone app uses .NET.
There are many tools and framework that make this possible. They reduce the work to half to bridge the gap between web and mobile platforms. In this article, we’ll decided to cover the best of mobile app frameworks available in the market as of today.
1. Sencha Touch
Today Dropbox has launched Paper, its new collaborating editing tool. Paper is currently in beta and the invitation to use ‘Paper’ is beginning to be sent. It is somewhat similar to Google Docs that presents its user a shared space to work on documents.
Google has started rolling out latest version of its mobile operating system, Android 6.0 Marshmallow to Nexus 5, Nexus 6, Nexus 7 (2013), Nexus 7 (2013, Mobile), Nexus 9, Nexus 9 (LTE), and Nexus Player.
Google has launched simple and easy-to-use WiFi Router, OnHub priced at $199. The company has unveiled OnHub to fulfill all your home connectivity needs.
Sometimes it may be needed that you need to give a close link in the popup you created. We have shared the function for how to close the popup in jQuery after submitting the form.
If you want to track conversion of contact us page by defining its Thank You page then also this function will help you.