Featured article by Makkus Jones, web developer and technology author
The mobile gaming industry is one of the most creative, dynamic and revolutionary creations of the 21st Century. From stakeholders, software developers, coders to consumers, many parties have played an active role in the development of this thriving industry. Games like Angry Birds, Transformers and Clash of Clans have taken the industry by storm. Currently, millions of consumers worldwide spend time and money playing their favourite games on their tablets and smartphones.
A game for all
As observed by Peter Warman, the mobile market industry enjoys a significant growth both in developed and emerging markets. So as it stands, it is a source of revenue for all. In the United States alone, the figure is expected to grow at an annual rate of 51%. For emerging markets in the East like China and Japan, the projection is expected to soar up to 86%. That is impressive if not incredible. The games on Android smartphones and tablets seem to be the ones enjoying even greater profits. The development of various smartphone and tablet brands has promoted the gaming business even further.
For the industry executives, time spent playing such games is seen as money spent. The seamless Google Play Store has encouraged creativity leading to release of more Android applications in the market. The result is that developers have been able to expand their gameplays and business models.
Chiefly, Meteor simplifies the powerful and desirable functionalities of Cordova. The user-friendly interface makes it almost irresistible. Trust me, you will not spend countless hours trying to figure out how the framework works.
PhoneGap was created by Nitobi. Since then, they have forwarded extensive contributions towards the development of this framework. After the acquisition of Nitobi by Adobe in October 2011, the team majored its focus on the development of PhoneGap, resulting in impressive enhancements.
Makkus Jones is a California-based web developer. He is passionate about mobile application development with several apps in Google Store being accredited to his name. For further insight on his work and related content, feel free to visit http://www.discoversdk.com/.
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