1. jQuery Mobile:
4. Sencha Touch:
Built specifically for mobile WebKit browsers such as Safari and Chrome, Zepto follows a minimalistic development philosophy that makes mobile development fast and easy. Zepto scores extra brownie points as it is extremely light at only 5KB. Zepto believes in keeping things simple, thus the goal of the framework is very precise and to the point – to have 5-10k modular libraries that can be easily downloaded and quickly executed. The familiar API helps developers concentrate more on getting things done quickly.
6. DHTMLX Touch:
If you are familiar with jQuery Mobile, jQTouch won’t be difficult to use. jQTouch also has a widget library with semantic markup conversion. However, apps built on the jQTouch framework only work on small screen devices and are specifically targeted for Class A WebKit brewers such as Android and Apple devices.