IBM MobileFirst Competitors and Alternatives

The top IBM MobileFirst competitors are
  • Xamarin Platform
  • Kony
  • Ionic
  • PhoneGap
Read reviews of IBM MobileFirst competitors and alternatives
Michael Henke
Real User
Manager Mobile Software Development at Seamgen, LLC
Jun 04 2018

What is most valuable?

The ability to share a platform-agnostic common core, or business logic, enables a mobile developer to write code for... more»

How has it helped my organization?

With the help of Xamarin.Forms, we can effectively realize a cross-platform app with a very small team of 1-2... more»

What needs improvement?

Xamarin's profiling tools are only available for the highest tier of MSDN subscription and compatibility with... more»

What's my experience with pricing, setup cost, and licensing?

Xamarin is available under several licensing arrangements. Each developer needs one license at least. To access all... more»

Which other solutions did I evaluate?

At Seamgen, we evaluate which framework and platform are the most viable to achieve our client's goals on a per-project... more»

What other advice do I have?

We have been using Xamarin for over four years on multiple app projects of varying sizes, complexity, and code-reuse,... more»
Kony Logo
Kony Solutions
Muthu Krishnan
Real User
Service Delivery Head at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
Jul 17 2018

What do you think of Kony?

Valuable Features: I like the complete, professional social site. • Room for Improvement: Some features are only enabled for paid users. It would be much better if they enabled those features without having to pay. I would also like to see them publish information about future technologies on the Home screen under a separate tab. That would be an improvement.  • Other Advice: It’s useful to connect with different IT professionals in different companies.
it_user996
Vendor
Anonymous User at a retailer with 10,001+ employees
Jun 29 2017

What is most valuable?

The product makes it easy to start developing cross-platform HTML5-based applications for iPhone, Android and Windows Phone based devices. It leverages developers' existing HTML and javascript skills and uses a familiar paradigm to expose additional functionality (such as camera or location services).

What needs improvement?

Because it's a generic platform, it doesn't fully leverage all the subtleties of some of the platforms it runs on. Also, because the resulting applications are browser based, they don't always provide the fidelity and behavior of a true, native experience.

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