Mobile Application

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A Mobile Application (commonly abbreviate as a Mobile App) is a native software application or hybrid (web & native) application that runs on a given (or multiple) Mobile Operating Systems.



Symbian SDK

Palm SDK


BlackBerry SDK

Android SDK

Cocoa (iOS)

Windows Phone SDK


Apache Cordova

When PhoneGap's parent company Nitobi was acquired by Adobe, it was also announced that Adobe intended to continue the support of PhoneGap as an open source project, however that it would hand over the majority of the code to the Apache Software Foundation and developer community. The project is now undergoing incubation and awaiting its first major release under the title Apache Cordova.


PhoneGap is an open source development tool for building fast, easy mobile apps with JavaScript.

If you’re a web developer who wants to build mobile applications in HTML and JavaScript while still taking advantage of the core features in the iPhone, Android and Blackberry SDKs, PhoneGap is for you.

Oracle ADF

IBM WorkLight

Adobe AIR Mobile




External Links


  1. BREW platform:
  2. wikipedia: Symbian
  3. Palm compiler:
  4. wikipedia: Java Platform, Micro Edition
  5. BlackBerry Java Development Environment:
  6. BlackBerry Java SDK 4.7:
  7. BlackBerry Java SDK 5.0: h
  8. BlackBerry Java SDK 6.0:
  9. BlackBerry Java SDK 7.0:
  10. Introducing Windows Phone SDK 8.0:
  11. Microsoft posts Windows Phone 8 SDK, kicks off a new era for apps:
  12. WP8 SDK - It's OK! :
  13. Apache Cordova - Getting Started guides:
  14. Nitobi enters into Acquisition Agreement with Adobe:
  15. Adobe Announces Agreement to Acquire Nitobi, Creator of PhoneGap:
  16. Adobe Acquires Developer of HTML5 Mobile App Framework PhoneGap Nitobi:
  17. PhoneGap Creator Nitobi Acquired by Adobe:
  18. wikipedia: Apache Cordova
  19. Apache Callback Proposal:
  20. PhoneGap to become an Apache project as Adobe acquires Nitobi:
  21. Building Mobile Applications with Oracle Mobile Application Framework:
  22. Getting Started with IBM Worklight:
  23. IBM "MobileFirst" foundation:
  24. Developing AIR applications for mobile devices:

See Also

Mobile | Mobile OS | Mobile Web | Web Application | Desktop Application