In this video screencast I will teach you how to create a chat app for iOS and Android with the power of Vue.js, Framework7 and PhoneGap in only 20 minutes.
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Yay! I got great news from Adobe who invited me to join PhoneGap Days EU in Amsterdam this year as a speaker.
Most likely, I will talk about Framework7 and Vue.js but if there is any other (related) topic, please let me know and I’ll see if I can add it to my presentation.
Ps: Early bird tickets still available ;-) – Click the image below for more info.
Last year I created a template for using Angular1 with Framework7 which still gets a lot of attention and I get many questions about it every day.
Back then, it was easy to use Angular with F7 because there simply wasn’t much to do in order to get it to work.
With Angular2, this has fundamentally changed due to the new component-based architecture. If you wanted to use it with F7, then someone would have to create Angular2-compatible components for each UI element in F7, just as iDangerous did with their Vue.js integration, but that’s a lot of work.
Some experiments about integrating Angular2 into Framework7 have been made. I haven’t tried these yet but you might give it a shot.
Currently, the best way to build component-based apps with Framework7 is to to use Vue.js or jQuery. If Angular is an absolute must for you, I think it’s better to use Ionic as it is fundamentally built on top of it.
If you’re a React developer give Framework7-React a shot!
There is no such thing as the “best framework”. You have to decide each time based on the requirements and assets of your project which tool is the right one.
In this new video I will explain the differences between Ionic and Framework7 as well as try to suggest when to use which framework.
This is the 4th and final episode of our series “Create a Twitter app with Vue.js, Framework7 and PhoneGap”
In this video we will use the app that we have created in our previous episodes (with Vue.js, Framework7 and Webpack) and port it to a native, installable app using PhoneGap.
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