Mobile application frameworks

Mobile application frameworks need to address different functionalities from a standard framework. Unlike a traditional desktop application, mobile devices deal with touches and swipes instead of mouse clicks. The keyboard is part of the screen, which can make traditional keyboard navigation commands difficult, if not impossible. Also, there are various screen sizes and resolutions to choose from in mobile devices. So, the framework has to adjust itself in accordance with the screen and type of device. Mobile devices do not have as much computing power as desktops or as many resources, so mobile frameworks should consider these limitations. In order to understand these constraints, we can begin by looking at different ...

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