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Top 6 Mobile Application Development Frameworks   
Saturday, December 15 2012 @ 10:28 AM EST
Contributed by: sde

Mobile application development is the process by which software is created for handheld devices. This article focuses on tools which help developers create applications for mobile phones. The purpose of application frameworks and libraries is to enable developers to spend their time on the creative and interesting part of development, alleviating the repetitive overhead associated with common development patterns.

The leading mobile platforms are Android, iOS, Windows Mobile, Blackberry, Symbian, and Palm WebOS (formerly HP webOS). The platforms support application binaries as found on personal computers with code which executes in the native machine format of the processor. With the diversity of mobile platforms, the mobile developer needs help in creating and managing versions for different platforms. Step forward a mobile application framework that supports multiple mobile platforms, allowing developers to apply their skills to create native applications for multiple platforms.

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