Mobile Application

Qleverlabs has expertise in building both IOS and Android apps, we have developed apps on following frameworks:-


It is an open-source frame work used to develop apps on IOS and Android platforms. It lets you build mobile apps using only Java Script. It uses the same design as React, letting you compose a rich mobile UI from declarative components. React Native lets you build your app faster. Instead of recompiling, you can reload your app instantly. React Native combines smoothly with components written in Objective- C, Java, or Swift. It’s simple to drop down to native code if you need to optimize few aspect of your application. It’s also easy to built part of your app in React Native, and part of your app using native code directly.

Phone Gap:

It’s a software development framework used to develop mobile apps. Adobe Phone Gap enables a developer to create an app that runs on a variety of mobile devices. A developer with the knowledge of web developing languages like HTML, CSS and JAVA script can easily develop apps using Phone Gap, for that he need not to have knowledge of mobile programming. Phone Gap supports wide variety of platforms like Android, Windows 7 and 8, IOS, Blackberry, Symbian, Tizen. As Phone Gap uses mobile platforms Web view to render content, the content appears nearly identical on each platform, just like the web pages.


This framework is best when you need to make a high-performance app. This HTML5 hybrid mobile framework has the plus point of AngularJS components, a robust JavaScript framework that allows Ionic to power some really complex, scalable apps. Ionic is free, open-source, and all of its components have been optimized for mobile. The framework stays on the leading edge with frequent updates, including recent built-in support for material design, Google’s design standard for Android apps. To push the web code to a native environment, Ionic, like many other frameworks, uses the Cordova JavaScript APIs.


It is the platform where we can put keyword driven framework, data driven framework in one. So it can do the job of both in one. Hybrid mobile app development involves packaging an app’s HTML, CSS, and JavaScript code within a “native container” that can run on any operating system or device, without a lot of modification. Hybrid frameworks leverage these technologies with libraries of code, components, integration with frameworks like Bootstrap and AngularJS, and APIs that both streamline and boost the power of your code.