Web, iOS and Android lead mobile dev

Mozilla has released the results of its mobile developer survey. The intention was to investigate whether the mobile web was ‘broken’, because of the dominance of iOS and Android, along with assumptions made by tool providers on behalf of developers.

In all, 590 developers took part, revealing they most heavily focus on the web, iOS and Android, and are seemingly not concerned about Windows Phone and BlackBerry. Other results showcased jQuery and PhoneGap’s dominance, respectively, in JavaScript libraries and conversion frameworks.

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