The key selling points of Fuse over React Native are, I think:
* Fully "write once, run everywhere" (both a plus and a minus)
* Excellent support for all kinds of animated UX patterns
* High level included components for many common use cases
* Declarative XAML/JSX-like UI language easy for designers
* Fast, highly GPU-optimized.
They are a VC-funded startup from Norway that lost the hype race to React Native. I'm sad to read that they're going to mostly stop developing this because I doubt anybody's ready to suddenly take over the cost of doing so. Still, great that they're open sourcing it all instead of just effectively discontinuing it and keeping it closed and unmaintained, which is what many pivoting VC funded companies do.
I've never used Fuse in anger (only tinkered) and I'm sure it has its share of downsides but it's a world-class contender in the world of mobile app development toolkits, and deserves to be treated as such.
> What is Fuse?
> Fuse is a cross-platform mobile app development tool suite, supporting building Android and iOS applications.
A fixed monthly price, but you have to signup to learn more. Like what that fixed prices is...
On the top of the page i read „Create better native apps for iOS and Android with a new...“ (iphone se and accoring screen resolution, might look different elsewhere).
So i know the rough subject it’s about.
I agree that the first / every mention of the product name can be a hyperlink that shows me more details/full product Website. Thats unintrusive for regular readers and gives full info at a click for new readers.
As it is now i have to read multiple paragraphs until getting to such a link, that can be optimized.