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Hybrid Mobile App using iignition JavaScript Library

Like most websites on the internet, hybrid mobile apps are built with a combination of web technologies like HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. However, developing hybrid mobile apps can be very difficult when using only the web trinity (HTML, CSS, and JavaScript). In order to simplify a lot of the complicated things when building a website or a hybrid mobile app, plenty of technologies has been developed such as jQuery, Angular, Materialize, Bootstrap and more. In this article, we will be talking more about developing a hybrid mobile application using iignition.
Hybrid mobile applications provide a way for developers to re-use their existing skills in web development. There are alternative approaches that allow you to build a hybrid mobile app, but it is not always easy to choose the right one from multiple options available for building what you or your customers expect.

iignition, www.iignition.com , is a JavaScript Library which is running on top of jQuery, it’s been designed to simplify the client-side scripting of HTML like getting JSON from .json file or a URL that returns JSON, loading HTML files into a container, templating and much more. it was developed by the team here at Lucid Ocean, www.lucidocean.com and it’s still at the first version 0.1.

However, iignition is a powerful small starter JavaScript library that allows you to take over the control of your code and help you to handle how your app should work when it comes to certain features or functionalities. It allows you to manipulate the DOM (Document Object Model).

To sum up, iignition is still at its first revision, therefore there is not enough documentation so far but for a web developer who has knowledge in the trinity and jQuery it is going to be easy to get started with iignition and build stunning demo hybrid mobile application within a month, moreover to fix some bugs and add more features to his existing hybrid mobile application.