We use the Kendo UI framework from Telerik for our mobile development as this is part of Telerik Platform. I think there is now an option for using Angular.js if you prefer that instead.
"There are two ways of constructing a software design: One way is to make it so simple that there are obviously no deficiencies, and the other way is to make it so complicated that there are no obvious deficiencies. The first method is far more difficult." - C.A.R. Hoare
I can't believe you haven't listed H9RBS.js (http://html9responsiveboilerstrapjs.com/)
...and it didn't make the vote list. Home | Durandal[^]
There is quite a bit of cross-over between Angular and Durandal teams, but Durandal never got much notice. Interesting that they are still chunking along out there.
I believe the creator of Durandal joined the Angular team.
Then, when they started going crazy with Angular 2, he left the team and created Aurelia instead. I think that spiritually, at least, Aurelia could be seen as Durandal 3.0 - although Durandal itself is still being worked on.
I haven't used Angular ever, used jQuery for a bit, considered Bootstrap for a while and if I am ever going to use a framework, it will be bootstrap. jQuery isn't a good framework to use, for many factors (e.g. you have to install packages for multiple extensions, jquery-ui.min.js, jquery.mobile-git.min.js etc.) Of course, if you have a large enterprise application then you need to add them all. But there can be a better solution for these, CSS 3 can be of better usage too.
And it really has it's weaknesses... Since everything needs to be observable, and encapsulation does not exist, your entire app is build around observables.
Want to make something observable? Best go through your entire application to add () after every use
And since everything is a custom made observable getting it to work with any other framework requires some effort (at best).
At this point the alternative is that the entire team learns the next big framework (React?) and we rewrite the application to use that.