RhoMobile Suite

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The RhoMobile Suite (formerly known as Rhodes Framework) is an open-source framework developed by Motorola and now owned by Motorola Solutions[1] for building native applications that can run on a variety of devices.[2] This means that regardless of device brand, screen size, or major operating system, an application produced on the RhoMobile Suite framework should look exactly the same when accessed. It is released under the MIT license.[2] Rhodes uses a Model-View-Controller pattern. Views are written in HTML (including HTML5). Controllers are written in Ruby.

Rhodes supports iOS, Android, Windows Mobile, Research in Motion (BlackBerry), and Windows Phone 7. Symbian support was dropped after Rhodes 1.2.[citation needed]

Currently at least 105 applications that utilized this framework are actively available for download. [3]

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  1. ^ http://www.motorolasolutions.com/US-EN/Business+Product+and+Services/Software+and+Applications/RhoMobile+Suite
  2. ^ a b Riley, Mike (November 22, 2011). "Product Review: Rhomobile's RhoMBUS Smartphone App Development Product Suite". Retrieved 14 January 2013. 
  3. ^ http://pinterest.com/motosolutions/rhomobile-apps

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