It is a busy mobile world today. A scholar browses mobile for his educational activities, the public depend on mobile for their daily necessities such as booking a taxi, an appointment with the doctor, order refreshments, and, etc. Furthermore, businessmen adhere to mobile on one hand, as if they are born with mobile.
Truly speaking, Mobile technology is influencing the life-style of persons from every walk of life, and stands so in the future also. Moreover, there are various mobile devices available in the market and each person hooks on to one or the other model of their choice that works on different operating systems (for instance, Apple’s mobile operating system is i OS, likewise, Google’s android and so on), with a wide variety of screen sizes and resolutions. Obviously, each person demand and run apps suitable for his owned device.
Rightly, no other way to bypassing, an app developer has to target single platform; or build apps twice according to compatibility of respective platforms; or accept the challenge to research and work on cross platform mobile application development. In addition, it is crucial to scale the high market penetration of the various platforms and users’ tendency towards free or paid apps.
Nevertheless to say, numerous tools and frameworks are accessible to streamline cross-platform development, allowing a small team or even a single app developer, to make applications that keeps running on all major mobile devices. There are ways to deal with cross-platform mobile development with various tools namely Whoop, Phone Gap, titanium, and, etc.