LearnMulberry – a mobile app development framework

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writes on September 19, 2011

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If you would like to build a mobile app using your existing skills of HTML, CSS and Javascript then you should take a look at Mulberry. Not another framework! True, but this one combines some well known concepts and is built upon PhoneGap so it leverages existing technology rather than reinventing the wheel. Here’s a quote from the developer that explains the main purpose of Mulberry:

Mulberry is aimed at developers who aren’t interested in spending time on the low-level architecture of their application — things like data stores, views, etc. Instead, Mulberry is aimed at developers who want to create their content, create their assets, create their data, and then write simple JavaScript and CSS that presents that content and data in the ways they need.

2 Responses to “Mulberry – a mobile app development framework”

  1. Derek Stephens on September 22, 2011 at 7:59 am said:

    Good resource thanks.  I am very much into apps these days and when you get a winner it can prove to be very lucrative indeed.

     http://www.approachmobile.com/

  2. Derek Stephens on September 22, 2011 at 7:59 am said:

    Good resource thanks.  I am very much into apps these days and when you get a winner it can prove to be very lucrative indeed.

     http://www.approachmobile.com/

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