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A short overview on html5 web apps vs native apps. it shows how html5 apps are able to compete with native apps. Unleash the force of HTML5 ;)

A short overview on html5 web apps vs native apps. it shows how html5 apps are able to compete with native apps. Unleash the force of HTML5 ;)

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    • by david pichsenmeister html5 (the light side) vs. native apps (the dark side)
    • web native accessing through the web central store development costs reasonable expensive approval process limited hardware access
    • Mark Zuckerberg: “Our Biggest Mistake Was Betting Too Much On HTML5” techcrunch, sep 2012
    • Mark Zuckerberg: “Our Biggest Mistake Was Betting Too Much On HTML5” “Why LinkedIn dumped HTML5 & went native for its mobile apps” venturebeat, april 2013 techcrunch, sep 2012
    • venturebeat, april 2013
    • the dark side of web apps
    • web-apps are slow
    • they can not be used offline web-apps are slow
    • they can not be used offline web-apps are slow no access to underlying hardware
    • they can not be used offline web-apps are slow no access to underlying hardware no push notifications
    • they can not be used offline web-apps are slow no access to underlying hardware no push notifications (direct) not yet :(
    • use the force, luke!
    • avoid replicating the default native style
    • aim for a custom, native app look & feel avoid replicating the default native style
    • aim for a custom, native app look & feel avoid replicating the default native style use CSS3 translate3d for every(!) animation
    • use fastclick.js
    • use HTML5 Application Cache use fastclick.js
    • use HTML5 Application Cache use fastclick.js use offline storage (localStorage, indexedDB, …)
    • force the user to “download” the webapp (e.g. IOS -> add to homescreen)
    • want to try? www.sharedspaces.at still in (kind of) beta
    • resources http://blog.forecast.io/its-not-a-web-app-its-an-app-you-install-from-the- web/ http://www.businessinsider.com/html5-vs-native-apps-for-mobile-2013- 6?op=1 http://venturebeat.com/2013/11/20/html5-vs-native-vs-hybrid-mobile- apps-3500-developers-say-all-three-please/ http://www.comscore. com/Insights/Press_Releases/2012/5/Introducing_Mobile_Metrix_2_Ins ight_into_Mobile_Behavior
    • resources http://venturebeat.com/2013/04/03/the-mobile-war-is-over-and-the-app- has-won-80-of-mobile-time-spent-in-apps/
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