As the web continues to grow and the world continues to shrink, the demand for mobile applications abounds. But it’s not only mobile in the sense of smart phones and tablets, but mobile in the sense that a person can be anywhere, and on any device, and on any network, while having access to the applications that they need to be successful.
I could spend a lot of words on examples to explain how they have implemented the features of Montage, but the Motorola Mobility team has already explained better than I can. So, I’ve highlighted some of the features that I find most useful and linked to each respective explanation. They are below, please click the links for more detail on each point:
Components and HTML Templates
One of the things that impresses me with Montage is that they have used it to build their own applications. (Including an HTML5 authoring tool: Ninja, and a tool for testing Montage applications: Screening.) Motorola Mobility also has an application named Kitchen Sink to show all of the Montage components, as well as the application MFiddle to play with the components and see how they work.
With the high caliber team and the supporting tools around Montage, it has set itself up to be a very popular framework for HTML5 development. Montage is definitely worth a look.
— Josh McKinzie, email@example.com