Top 5 Cross-Platform Mobile App Development Tools

Cross-platform mobile app development – one of the most sought-after terms in the mobile app industry. Everyone likes to code and customize the mobile app. But keeping the same time and definitely the same code. Yes, write once and run everywhere is becoming not just the trend but the demand indeed and in need of today’s world.

The cross-platform mobile apps are the all-new form of mobility. Technology means there should not be the barriers resisting the mobility and power of making codes flexible as much as possible.

Here are the top five imperative tools to consider for Cross-Platform Mobile App Development:

Xamarin:

Xamarin is the most called platform for native mobile applications. The latest and advanced. Mainly used for easy access of data and building apps for almost every mobile platform such as iOS, Android and Windows.

Xamarin uses C# as the base language. The one who enjoys coding with C sharp, can surely mingle up with this platform as a developer. Also, the Swift language is fine to use with this platform for programming for cross platform apps.

The platform allows to use integrated development environment and APIs directly into the Xamarin Studio. The mobile apps built with this platform are highly seamless and device friendly for many different devices. So we can consider Xamarin as playing the most vital role in defining the cross platform apps.

PhoneGap:

Phonegap is one of the open source platform and its completely free for developing cross platform apps. It builds a single app that works with several platforms and easy to handle the programming part. Because of its library functions and easy integration with the existing code, the platform stays at the number 1 for developers’ choice at the beginner level. It is easy and smart.

The tool uses a plugin architecture and extending the functionalities. The programmers with beginner level of knowledge on programming languages like Java, can approach this platform. Because the platform mainly needs HTML, CSS and Javascript knowledge building the apps over it. Rest are the inbuilt functionalities nicely incorporated with the platform. This adobe acquired platform is highly influenced by the in-built software kit and does not need any native software kit to deal with. So even the non-iOS users can try their hands at development.

The AppBuilder:

The AppBuilder is mainly used for the in-house projects. For fulfilling the bring your own device need, the platform provides great compatibility with the projects that deal with the employees and events as well as other in-house activities. The platform allows to build custom apps with different structure and hence easy to go in the shortest time span.

Flutter:

Another open source platform for cross-platform apps. Creating high quality standard apps accepted by largest community of developers. The platform builds interfaces that optimize the length of the code and hence making the app development process easier. The platform is easy to use in reloading as well as updating the app view. For reloading the features, the platform is quite independent for Android and iOS both. Also, Flutter is rich in its layouts and widget configuration.

Appery.io

Appery.io is one of the leading cloud based software for building the Android and iOS applications. The platform is used for visual graphic editing and building the user interface. The platform is quite handy in terms of user friendliness as it does not need to download or install from anywhere. In Fact the platform is all about drag and drop and making the UI as much as better you can. The tool is consisting of many attractive templates and support systems integrated to make the backend perfect for app development.

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