Currently using Framework7. Main reasons are the platform specific themes and performance (especially lists, their 'virtual list' is super responsive with large datasets, tested with 10k items loaded from db)
Add this with WKWebview for iOS and crosswalk for android and the app is buttery smooth to use.
In the past have used teleriks kendo UI and have of course used JQuery Mobile like most.
How did you add WKWebview support? I know there is a third-party fork of Rhodes that has added WKWebView, but don't think it has been kept up-to-date with the latest?
Would love to see WKWebView support included.
Currently just use Bootstrap (client choice) on current projects, and jQuery Mobile still hanging in there on an older project. Lack of transitions with Bootstrap is made-up by increase in performance, and do have some fake "pages" ala JQM that are hidden/shown in drill-down scenarios. I need to take a good look at Framework7, as there still is a need for something more than Bootstrap and less than Angular, especially for Rhodes, where MVC is (or at least can be) handled by the built-in server. And, clearly, JQM seems done-for, I would not use it on a new project.
As for CSS, can't imagine living without Sass and Bourbon.
And what are your target platforms: Android, iOS or WinMobile or all of them?
Current targets are iOS and Android as project managers decided windows phone wouldn't be a priority though it is slowly climbing with cus toners wanting windows 8 + 10 tablet solutons so a cross windows design may eventually come around.
Jon, current master branch supports WKWebview on device with the flags in rhoconfig set and a couple of options set in build.yml Can't remember what they are off the top of my head (I'm on my phone at the moment) but they are in the change logs.
Just waiting on crosswalk implementation to be updated to bring the android app filet size down now.
For WKWebView you should add to rhoconfig.txt next parameter: ios_use_WKWebView = 1 #default value is 0 #ATTENTION !!! this option works only with ios_direct_local_requests = 0 !!!
Due to WKWebView does not support NSURLProtocol application must use WKWebView only with ios_direct_local_requests = 0 ! So it can produce issues if application works inside any MDM environment (like MobileIron etc.).
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