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PhoneGap applications are written with Web Standards (HTML5/CSS/JS) that have a very high rate of adoption. By creating an interface layer between what you see on the screen and the OS on the device, PhoneGap can be used to access native device APIs (camera, contacts, accelerometer, and more). Using PhoneGap Build, applications targeting multiple devices like iPhone, Android and BlackBerry can be built and deployed from a single code base.
Like KONY, this platform espouses the ‘write once, deploy everywhere’ model. However, with PhoneGap, UI elements would not be automatically converted to adhere to the devices native UI functionality but would have a consistent UI across all devices.
While PhoneGap has the technical and financial backing of Adobe, PhoneGap is an open source implementation of open standards. That means developers and companies can use PhoneGap for mobile applications that are either distributed for free or sold.
Currently there is no standard SLA from PhoneGap to support new mobile operating systems, updates to existing operating systems, or new devices. However, with an extremely active community new plugins, fixes and updates are made based on priority. In addition, PhoneGap offers product support at an additional cost (monthly or yearly) based on number of developers, number of incidents and response time.
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