It's very important for me to choose a HTML5 Mobile Framework : performance (slide and loading speed)
Most framework works well on Android 3.0 and iOS.
Andorid 2.3 have a big market share,
But for Android 2.3, it sucks.
If a mobile framework works well on Android 2.3 , most Andorid can run well.
However, there are many and many HTML5 Mobile Frameworks and lack of performance comparison.
So I test by myself and use 3 level to classify.
You can do it by yourself if you need more detail.
(official kitchen sink , Samsung S5570 , Android 2.3)
jQuery Mobile 1.2 :
it's very amazing. In 1.0beta it sucks. Now it is smooth and many company choose it. We can see the beauty future.
Very fast and smooth just like native app. But some bugs needs to fix and its UI can be more better. In the official video it is the best one.
iUi 0.4 :
Not bad. Just like iOS UI. But why dose official site put the demo video rather than a demo site?
---Not bad performance, but sometimes lag.
Sencha Touch 2.1 :
Sencha has the beautiful UX like iOS. Very well. But they seem to not care about the Android performance. Even at a good Andorid hardware. It can do better.
Kendo Ui Mobile Q3 2012 SP1 :
Beauty UI. It has another sky for .NET support.
Wink toolkit 1.4.4:
Good opening animation and many UI components.(as Sencha Touch)
jQtouch 1 beta 3 :
It's developed by Sencha Touch and beta for many years.
---Slow or not support
dojo mobile 1.8 :
At the index list it sucks. I can't understand why someone said dojo is better than jQmobi.
The M-project 1.3 :
The UI is not accurate to browser. I don't want to say more.
UI has his cool style but bad slide performance.
Moobile 0.2 :
Clearly style and slow performance.
Jo 0.4 :
Slide animation is too slow(not lag).
DHTMLX Touch 1.2 :
Slow slide performance.
PS: Need test mobile web frameworks? You could try...
Kitchen Sink Collection (APP)