All of the JQM controls are simple to use and work really well. They really make a webapp for a phone look good. I like the Common controls as well, for they are simple to use. For special controls I use (and have a license for) jqWidgets. They are a bit of a pain to use, but, where else, can you get gauges and other special controls.
For me, Bootstrap controls are difficult to work with and they are time-consuming to get them to working right. Also, they usually don’t fit the theme of the JQM and Common controls. So, they stand out on the webapp as being different. I just haven’t had good luck using Bootstap controls.
I suppose the JQM controls may become (or are) a problem when building native apps for iPhone and Android using VoltBulder. I don’t really know for I don’t build native apps. I have a captive audience for my programs and my webapps work fine on any phone when placed on the desktop. Most of my users don’t know the difference. They do know that my webapps are very easy to place on the desktop and work just like a native app. Also, webapps are easy to put on windows and mac desktops as a shortcuts.
Progressive Web Apps are nice and I am thankful you guys have taken the time to include them in your software. I tell my people about them, but for the most part, it’s easier for them to place a shortcut on the desktop.
If you can keep JQM for webapp people like me, we would appreciate it. Using JQM and Common controls really makes developing webapps fun, quick and easy. Your software really does make it easy to develop programs for the web. NSB AppStudio has filled a big void in my software offerings. It’s opened many doors for me. Thanks.
Thanks for listening, Rodney