Mobile web application framework match-up, Part 1, Build mobile applications with SproutCore

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Michael Galpin

Date archived: January 4, 2017 | First published: October 19, 2010

Web applications have evolved significantly and are taking another leap forward with the advent of mobile web applications. Now more than ever, web applications are expected to provide a native experience—one that is on par with native mobile applications. Though mobile web browsers provide the capabilities to make this possible, web development is still primitive when compared to native application development. SproutCore is a web application framework that aims to make developing for the web similar to developing a native application for a particular device. Explore SproutCore and examine it as a framework for building mobile web applications.

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