Recently ye Editor has started a careful review of the JS Mobile Responsive Frameworks. These are quite popular among designers because the JS Frameworks like Bootstrap deliver single page web applications with minimal fuss. Designers have available a strong 12 column grid system embedded in a great CSS styling framework. Users can extend the Bootstrap CSS with LESS or SASS/SCSS for powerful designs.
The good news is that DHTMLX works comfortably well with Bootstrap. The test suite includes use of DHTMLX Accordion, Tabs, Form, Color Picker, DataGrid, and Editor widgets. Note the last 4 widgets are not available in Bootstrap 3.2. By setting the WIDTH of DHTMLX widgets to 100%, many of the widgets could be made semi-responsive. The problem is that the DHTMLX widgets do not respond to resizings. So when a smartphone or tablet is changed from landscape to portrait view, the widgets can become garbled with ugly overlapping.
So expect further tests with other JS UI/Widget Frameworks. But the bottomline is that Bootstrap is easy to develop with and its runtime performance is pleasingly crisp.