In Pictures:6 tools for rapid mobile development

No-code, low-code, and Cloud-based offerings give developers even more options for rapid prototyping and deployment of mobile apps

Programmer picks: 6 tools for rapid mobile development

The number of mobile application development tools is rapidly growing, including a new generation that enables developers to create mobile apps through their browsers, often with very fast results. Many of these no-code or low-code alternatives provide seasoned developers quick means for rapid prototyping while lowering the barrier of entry for novice developers seeking to get in the mobile app game.

We asked several developers to weigh in on their hands-on experience developing apps for a variety of mobile platforms using these tools, plus a few other heavier-duty mobile dev tools they are currently using. Add these to the growing list of mobile tools already on your radar.

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