Tuesday, July 16, 2024

Mobile HTML5 Development Framework Announced by Trigger

This week Trigger announced the release of its HTML5-based mobile development framework, which was designed for developers who are eager to create native mobile apps using HTML5, JavaScript and CSS. Trigger is cross-platform, and provides apps with access to native functions on the Android, iOS and desktop browser platforms, across all devices.

Trigger’s co-founder and CEO, Amir Nathoo, discussed the release, stating that “Demand for mobile apps, both native and mobile web, is exploding and web developers are looking for ways to benefit from this shift. With Trigger, developers can create rich, native apps using their existing skills. With Android activations up to 700,000 per day, the mobile applications market clearly is no longer just about iOS. This shift makes HTML5 extremely important as a cross-platform technology. But native functionality is needed to take advantage of the distribution and revenue opportunities – that’s where Trigger comes in – we make it possible.”

The framework that is used by Trigger is called Forge, but it is not a visible component of the framework. Developers are able to use web technologies that they are already comfortable with, including HTML5, CSS3 and JavaScript, and can use the online tools provided by Trigger to create apps with native functionality.

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