PhoneGap – open source mobile development framework
The PhoneGap framework acts as a bridge between web applications and mobile devices. It lets developers wrap web applications inside a native application, making development easier for those who aren’t familiar with Objective-C and Cocoa framework.
PhoneGap is currently supports development for the iPhone, Palm WebOS, Google Android, Symbian OS and BlackBerry operating systems and providing some unique features like the camera, GPS, the accelerometer, local SQLite databases and more, without having to write full applications.
Features of PhoneGap:
- Device integration should be simple so developer can focus on the application building instead of authoring complex compatibility layers. PhoneGap aims to solve device integration by web enabling devices native functionality with open standards.
- cross platform simulator for running PhoneGap applications, using Adobe AIR
- Geo location
- Device Agnostic
- Completely Open source Project