Highly customizable and has a lot of support for apps
ProIt's all yours. You can do anything you want with YOUR phone...
ProCustomizable multiple "desktops"
ProGreat user experience right out of the box
ProThe most widely used mobile OS
ProPersonal assistant with Google Now
ProDesktop and lockscreen widgets
ProBuilt-in screen recording
ProIntegration with Google Services
ProConsistent back button makes navigation easy
ProMore integrated sharing options
ProLots of hardware choices
ProCustomize what apps perform what actions
Me and my team were considering either Appsee or AppAnalytics as the main analytics platform for our mobile app. We eventually chose Appsee after giving it a try via their 14 day free trial. The platform itself is very intuitive and has tons of great useful features. Highly recommended!
ProPlayback real recordings of user sessions
The features available in pCloudy's cloud-based mobile testing platform has made a significant difference to our app testing strategy. The real devices hosted make it easy to test and certify our mobile apps on a variety of devices and platforms. The best part is the ease of integration of mobile test sc...
Pro1. Functional Testing of Native, Hybrid App onpCloudy is the most powerful cloud based App Testing Platform. It has the most comprehensive set of Mobile Devices and Tools to Improve Quality of your App.
ProBest in App Testing
Found Fuse very easy to setup and run. Fuse Studio is like an automated hot-reloading simulator that updates as soon as you've made any code level changes (as compared to having to hit a hotkey). Fuse Studio Pro is nice for editing UI elements quickly but not at all necessary. There are multiple IDE...
ProCan call native code
ProCompiles to native code
ProCompiles to native platform code
ConFuse Studio can use some work
I switched to Atom after using Sublime for a few years. I found the plugins more useful, easier to acquire and use, and it has a robust user community. It's now my "go to" editor.
ProFree and open source
ProBuilt-in package management
ProExtensive list of packages
ConNot known when a new window will open
GitLab does everything I require from GitHub, and more. Private repos are free, and I may create my own GitLab server on my own private network.
ProIssues tracking support
ProPrivate projects for free
ProComes with integrated CI/CD solution
ProGood web UI
ProHas wikis and pages
ProAt feature parity with Github
ProFree and open source
ProSupports pull requests
ProPermissions and roles are supported
ConNot all features are free
Great Framework, easy to deploy, works on Google Cloud, Azure or Amazon with very little Configuration, it has all the features for MVC without the learning curve of the big ones. Very lite and powerful and the best for me was the CRUD feature, super easy
ProComprehensive documentation and API reference
ProShortened development time
ProEasy to get started
ProLightweight without losing functionality
ConDefault ORM doesn't support joins