Apache Cordova vs. Mosyle

Overview
ProductRatingMost Used ByProduct SummaryStarting Price
Apache Cordova
Score 10.0 out of 10
N/A
N/AN/A
Mosyle
Score 9.6 out of 10
N/A
The Mosyle platform manages and secures Apple devices and networks.
$1.50
per month per iPhone & iPad & Mac
Pricing
Apache CordovaMosyle
Editions & Modules
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Business Plan
$1
per month per iPad & iPhone & Mac
Fuse Plan
$1.50
per month per iPad & iPhone & Mac
Offerings
Pricing Offerings
Apache CordovaMosyle
Free Trial
NoYes
Free/Freemium Version
NoYes
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
NoNo
Entry-level Setup FeeNo setup feeNo setup fee
Additional Details
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Apache CordovaMosyle
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User Ratings
Apache CordovaMosyle
Likelihood to Recommend
7.5
(4 ratings)
10.0
(1 ratings)
User Testimonials
Apache CordovaMosyle
Likelihood to Recommend
Apache
It is suitable for making portable applications, with almost the same code for several platforms. You can access native features of the device or use an open source plug-in from the repository to create a local database and access the internal storage of the device. It is wonderful for the construction of a native application, through the use of standard web code. It is not recommended for enterprise applications.
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Mosyle
This is a great solution if you're a Google or Microsoft 365 workspace. SSO is a breeze to set up for users of the portal, employees and it works across the board. Other services have it as an optional addon that requires significant lift to set up. Mosyle has it as a checkbox. Click the box, sign in with an admin account, make a few other toggles and you're done.
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Pros
Apache
  • Cordova makes it very easy to develop apps for multiple platforms. The setup is very simple when it comes to creating a project, adding platforms, building and deploying apps. If you have a little mobile app development experience, all you need to know is HTML, CSS, Javascript and only a handful of cordova commands to get started with your hybrid app.
  • Cordova provides a simple solution to access any and all of the device features through native plugins. You have a host of third-party and cordova plugins available to use device features like filesystem, camera, health kit, location services etc. You can also write your very own plugins and use them for your cordova based apps.
  • Cordova is free to use! The only cost you will bear is the individual mobile platform developer program enrollment cost to deploy your apps to those platforms.
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Mosyle
  • Integrated solutions - SSO, Endpoint Security, Device management all tied together in one pane of glass.
  • SSO is a first class citizen in Mosyle.
  • Ease of setup and use. Anyone can get this up and running.
  • Support is responsive and easy to find within the same portal.
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Cons
Apache
  • Needs to be fully compatible with mobile machines
  • Support for a wide variety of platforms
  • Needs better backwards compatibility
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Mosyle
  • Price points. When they first started, they were definitely less expensive than other options. Now they are about in-line once you get to Fuse and compare to other options.
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Alternatives Considered
Apache
Apache Cordova is the mother of all other frameworks. The Ionic developed framework is well suited for development but most of their features are offered by paid services. As Apache Cordova is open source and has a license to modify it, it has no legal problems to work with it. Also, most well-known IDEs recognize the Apache Cordova snippets.
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Mosyle
Easier to use and more capable than Meraki SM by far! More capable than Jamf Now. Easier to use than Jamf Pro and provides most if not all of the same features at a very competitive price. I'd recommend this to anyone new to MDM, or anyone considering moving away from an existing MDM setup
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Return on Investment
Apache
  • It has a positive impact in general. Cordova is really a great solution for web developers who want to bring their incredible ideas to devices, but they just do not have a lot of time to put into iOS and Android learning curves.
  • Our biggest benefit was that the management of images for multiple devices.
  • Developing with Cordova has drastically reduced the cost of cross-platform deployment.
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Mosyle
  • When we were using Mosyle it was a joy to work with and use. I'd switch back if I didn't already have a full MDM environment up and running.
  • Mosyle development and support are responsive. When I first set this up, I made a feature request that I had ready for use within a 3-hour turn around.
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