PhoneGap enables developers to build mobile apps for a variety of platforms using web tools and frameworks.
PhoneGap just works and delivers all of its promises. However, a PhoneGap application is inherently tied up to the performance of the browser and a
relatively device agnostic user interface. Is this a problem? Or is this part, or all, of the solution to the long-standing problem of minimizing
costs of multi-platform apps? To properly try to answer the question it is essential to get a deeper grasp of how the PhoneGap platform work and explore
its technical details. That would give you a hardly debatable list of pros and cons upon which you can calculate your own tradeoffs.
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