PortKit is increasingly becoming a popular resource for mobile app developers across the globe. It serves as an accurate UI/UX metaphor equivalent between the iOS and Android platforms. While porting a mobile application across platforms, this is just the tool we almost always rely on!
It is handy to use PortKit while working on iPhone/iPad and Android app development. Each and every Cocoa UI element of Android 4 and iOS 6/iOS 7 can be visually compared on the display window. For finding the correct equivalent while working on mobile app portability, PortKit’s definitely a great help.
Apart from UI comparisons between iOS and Android widgets, PortKit also makes the task of general app visualization and referencing much simpler too. The tool facilitates the process of keeping a track over all the documentation and naming protocols during app development processes.
PortKit is an invaluable resource for all multi-platform mobile app development experts out there. It’s easy to learn, and can make your apps flawless indeed!
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