Top 10 Mobile Touch Javascript Frameworks

Mobile development is not an easy job for a developer who doesn’t know about the latest technologies, updates and trends that’s why mobile development is a stressful job. Major challenges a mobile developer faces are screen resolution, cross browser compatibility.

We know many of these issues have been solved as the mobile development industry is growing up. Now, we can see mobile websites with beautiful layouts are being developed. These mobile websites also have touch screen functionality that is developed with the help of different frameworks to work on tablets and smartphones.

Now, folks love to surf websites via their tablets, smartphones etc. So, having a mobile edition of your website is necessary. All this has been possible because of JavaScript, which has developed many frameworks to display our websites on mobile devices smoothly. So, below is the list of my Top 10 Mobile Touch JavaScript Frameworks.

1. pointer.js


If you want unifying mouse and touch systems, pointer.js is the best tool. pointer.js reinforces pointer-like input models to work on various devices and browsers. You can do multi-touch drawing, gesture event logger and pointer event logger.

2. jquery.pep.js


The aim of pep framework is to built a drag support for desktop and mobile devices. It utilizes the animation functions of jQuery along with CSS3 animations to get a kinetic drag that can work on other HTML5-ready devices as well.

3. DHTMLX Touch

This open source JavaScript library is for creating HTML5 based mobile web applications. DHTMLX Touch allows you to develop robust and eye-catching web apps that can run on different mobile platforms.

4. TinyNav.js


TinyNav.js has the ability to covert navigation made up by <ol> and <ul> to a simple select drop-downs for small screen. It also has the ability to select the current page and to add “selected” to that item.

5. FooTable


FooTable can convert your tables made up by HTML into responsive and expandable tables. It can hide certain columns of data according to different resolutions and then it utilizes the rows to display the hidden data.

6. Quo JS

Quo Js

Quo Js is not only an event manager, it is an extensive library that don’t depend on other third party JavaScript libraries like Kendo, Prototype, jQuery… to develop difficult projects and applications. It has query methods, element methods, style methods, DOM manipulation methods, events handler, gestures events, swipe methods, pinch methods and many more like on other JavaScript libraries.

7. Jo


Jo helps you to create native like application experience when your HTML5 lives in a single page. It has DOM manipulation which can be handles if you want to use. You can easily build your application with JavaScript and CSS.

8. JQuery UI 1.10


jQuery UI 1.10 is an organized group of user interface themes, widgets, effects and many more. If you want to build advance applications, then jQuery UI is the best choice for web and mobile applications.

9. Hammer.js


Hammer.js is a tiny plugin of size of 3kb. It doesn’t use other jQuery libraries to work. It supports all mobile platforms like windows touch devices, iOS, Blackberry and Android. Supported gestures are rotate, pinch, drag, swipe, double tap and tap.

10. Swipe


Swipe is responsive, awesome and most appropriate touch slider. It is compatible to all browsers, also has scroll preventions and resistant bounds.

Duan Lingxin

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