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The Ugly Truths about HTML5 for Mobile Apps by Robert Virkus, Michael Koch
The Ugly Truths about HTML5 for Mobile Apps by Robert Virkus, Michael Koch
The Ugly Truths about HTML5 for Mobile Apps by Robert Virkus, Michael Koch
The Ugly Truths about HTML5 for Mobile Apps by Robert Virkus, Michael Koch
The Ugly Truths about HTML5 for Mobile Apps by Robert Virkus, Michael Koch
The Ugly Truths about HTML5 for Mobile Apps by Robert Virkus, Michael Koch
The Ugly Truths about HTML5 for Mobile Apps by Robert Virkus, Michael Koch
The Ugly Truths about HTML5 for Mobile Apps by Robert Virkus, Michael Koch
The Ugly Truths about HTML5 for Mobile Apps by Robert Virkus, Michael Koch
The Ugly Truths about HTML5 for Mobile Apps by Robert Virkus, Michael Koch
The Ugly Truths about HTML5 for Mobile Apps by Robert Virkus, Michael Koch
The Ugly Truths about HTML5 for Mobile Apps by Robert Virkus, Michael Koch
The Ugly Truths about HTML5 for Mobile Apps by Robert Virkus, Michael Koch
The Ugly Truths about HTML5 for Mobile Apps by Robert Virkus, Michael Koch
The Ugly Truths about HTML5 for Mobile Apps by Robert Virkus, Michael Koch
The Ugly Truths about HTML5 for Mobile Apps by Robert Virkus, Michael Koch
The Ugly Truths about HTML5 for Mobile Apps by Robert Virkus, Michael Koch
The Ugly Truths about HTML5 for Mobile Apps by Robert Virkus, Michael Koch
The Ugly Truths about HTML5 for Mobile Apps by Robert Virkus, Michael Koch
The Ugly Truths about HTML5 for Mobile Apps by Robert Virkus, Michael Koch
The Ugly Truths about HTML5 for Mobile Apps by Robert Virkus, Michael Koch
The Ugly Truths about HTML5 for Mobile Apps by Robert Virkus, Michael Koch
The Ugly Truths about HTML5 for Mobile Apps by Robert Virkus, Michael Koch
The Ugly Truths about HTML5 for Mobile Apps by Robert Virkus, Michael Koch
The Ugly Truths about HTML5 for Mobile Apps by Robert Virkus, Michael Koch
The Ugly Truths about HTML5 for Mobile Apps by Robert Virkus, Michael Koch
The Ugly Truths about HTML5 for Mobile Apps by Robert Virkus, Michael Koch
The Ugly Truths about HTML5 for Mobile Apps by Robert Virkus, Michael Koch
The Ugly Truths about HTML5 for Mobile Apps by Robert Virkus, Michael Koch
The Ugly Truths about HTML5 for Mobile Apps by Robert Virkus, Michael Koch
The Ugly Truths about HTML5 for Mobile Apps by Robert Virkus, Michael Koch
The Ugly Truths about HTML5 for Mobile Apps by Robert Virkus, Michael Koch
The Ugly Truths about HTML5 for Mobile Apps by Robert Virkus, Michael Koch
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The Ugly Truths about HTML5 for Mobile Apps by Robert Virkus, Michael Koch

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HTML5 is currently hailed as the holy grail for mobile development. Inherently cross platform, open standards, widely supported: too good to be true? Unseen by the public the HTML5 hype leaves a trail …

HTML5 is currently hailed as the holy grail for mobile development. Inherently cross platform, open standards, widely supported: too good to be true? Unseen by the public the HTML5 hype leaves a trail of failed projects, delayed deadlines and missed functions. In this bert Virkus, Michaetalk we highlight some problems we encountered from real world projects and discuss if HTML5 is really ready for its prime time on mobile yet.

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  • 1. Ugly Truths about HTML5for mobile AppsRobert VirkusCEO Enough Software@robert_virkusMichael KochCTO Enough Software@linux_pinguin
  • 2. © James M. Turley flickr.com/photos/turkguy19/210461726
  • 3. ANNO 2011
  • 4. ANNO 2011
  • 5. “I think the biggestmistake we made as acompany is bettingtoo much on HTML5as opposed tonative.”Source: forbes.com/sites/jjcolao/2012/09/19/facebooks-html5-dilemma-explainedphoto © kris krüg/kk+ flickr.com/photos/kk/2326609919
  • 6. WebKit72%28%WebKit Other
  • 7. NitroV8WebKit Fragmentation••••••••••••WebKit
  • 8. WebKit Fragmentation
  • 9. WebKit Fragmentation
  • 10. look no further than WebKit:Security
  • 11. ©Security
  • 12. Security
  • 13. Beware of theUncanny Valley©
  • 14. ©Beware of theUncanny Valley
  • 15. Beware of the Uncanny Valley:
  • 16. Firefox OSBlink
  • 17. Servo24
  • 18. 25BatteryWebRTCLight SensorsBandwidth DetectionNEW APIs
  • 19.  EveryoneBack to standardsDo not mimic native UI, but adhere toplatform standard Browser CompaniesStandardize on security constraintsImprove ToolingFight memory leaksRATEDEVERYONE
  • 20. Content Heavy©
  • 21. ©Content that needs Freedom
  • 22. 30HybridSuper Power©
  • 23. Native HTML5Past Future
  • 24. 32(No) Return of the Zombie AppsZombie Alive
  • 25. Thanks. Questions?

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