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Fuse Open vs NativeScript: What are the differences?

Developers describe Fuse Open as "A cross-platform mobile app development tool suite". Fuse is a cross-platform mobile app development tool suite, supporting building Android and iOS applications With Fuse you can build native mobile user interfaces using the easy to learn UX Markup language, and use JavaScript to add business logic.. On the other hand, NativeScript is detailed as "Build truly native apps with JavaScript". NativeScript enables developers to build native apps for iOS, Android and Windows Universal while sharing the application code across the platforms. When building the application UI, developers use our libraries, which abstract the differences between the native platforms.

Fuse Open and NativeScript belong to "Cross-Platform Mobile Development" category of the tech stack.

NativeScript is an open source tool with 17.2K GitHub stars and 1.27K GitHub forks. Here's a link to NativeScript's open source repository on GitHub.

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Pros of Fuse Open
Pros of NativeScript
  • 2
    OpenGL rendering, smooth navigation, easy animations
  • 2
    Very rich and easy to use markup XML langage called UX
  • 2
    Code once build for iOS and Android
  • 2
    Javascript based code
  • 1
    Fast prototyping
  • 1
    Open source
  • 75
    Access to the entire native api
  • 47
    Support for native ios and android libraries
  • 46
    Support for javascript libraries
  • 46
    Angular 2.0 support
  • 44
    Native ux and performance
  • 37
    Typescript support
  • 35
    Backed up by google and telerik
  • 29
    Css support
  • 27
    Cross-platform declarative ui and code
  • 25
    Fully open source under apache 2.0 license
  • 11
    Vuejs support
  • 9
    60fps performance
  • 6
    Powerful data visualization with native UI
  • 5
    Angular, typescript and javascript support
  • 5
    VS Code integration
  • 5
    No need for Mac to build iOS apps in Telerik Platform
  • 4
    Extended CLI support
  • 4
    Cloud builds as part of Telerik PLatform
  • 4
    Truly Object-Oriented with Typescript
  • 4
    On-device debugging
  • 4
    Extensibility
  • 3
    Easy to learn
  • 3
    0 day support for new OS updates
  • 3
    Easiest of all other frameworks
  • 3
    Live reload
  • 3
    Backed by google
  • 3
    Access to entire native api
  • 3
    Publishing modules to NPM
  • 2
    Vue.js support out of the box
  • 2
    VueJS support
  • 2
    Svelte support
  • 2
    Powerfull mobile services as part of Telerik Platform
  • 2
    Native ui with angular
  • 2
    Vue support
  • 1
    Playground
  • 1
    Hot Reload
  • 1
    HMR via webpack
  • 1
    Very small app size
  • 1
    Write once, use anywhere
  • 1
    Easy to use, support for almost all npm packages
  • 1
    Rich ecosystem
  • 1
    Compile to Apple/Google Stores via CloudCompiler
  • 1
    Has CSS ;-)
  • 1
    It works with Angular
  • 1
    Code reuse with your website
  • 0
    Dart

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Cons of Fuse Open
Cons of NativeScript
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    • 5
      Lack of promotion
    • 1
      Slower Performance compared to competitors

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    What is Fuse Open?

    Fuse is a cross-platform mobile app development tool suite, supporting building Android and iOS applications. With Fuse you can build native mobile user interfaces using the easy to learn UX Markup language, and use JavaScript to add business logic.

    What is NativeScript?

    NativeScript enables developers to build native apps for iOS, Android and Windows Universal while sharing the application code across the platforms. When building the application UI, developers use our libraries, which abstract the differences between the native platforms.

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