We want developers to use web technologies but we can't expect them to sacrifice a good part of their app’s user experience. That’s why we don’t take the smallest common denominator, but rather optimize for each platform until it matches native behavior. You can't ship iOS UI to Android, or waive accesibility. That's why we abstracted such things.
Instead of one-size-fits-all we appreciate the unique nature of each platform – and your users will, too. Android evangelists have other expectations from your app than iOS lovers. Hence, every component looks and behaves differently depending on the platform, without a single line of extra code needed.
It’s of no use if a framework is fast on paper. In reality you will have radically different circumstances than in the test lab. Every components of bradypodion was born out of necessity and immediately tested in real apps. No fancy charts, just everyday proof.
We only fix what’s broken, but we fix it well. Bradypodion depends on Angular and is built using grunt. No need to create the next DOM selector library. We do have an opinion on how a tap directive should work though. We specialize in the mobile optimization – only.
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BradyPodion.js will be MIT licensed soon