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Mobile html5 Mobile html5 Presentation Transcript

  • HTML5 Mobile Matt Gross @mgrosx Imran Malek @imran_malekLindsey Mysse @lindseymysse Pascal Rettig @cykod
  • What is HTML 5?First buzzword compliant W3C Release The last numbered release for HTMLWeb Developers finally have their cake (and are gorging themselves on it too)
  • Mobile “HTML5” Features (HTML5 Has come to mean a lot more than just the HTML5 Spec)
  • Mobile “HTML5” Features (HTML5 Has come to mean a lot more than just the HTML5 Spec)• CSS3 - visual goodies, transitions
  • Mobile “HTML5” Features (HTML5 Has come to mean a lot more than just the HTML5 Spec)• CSS3 - visual goodies, transitions• Audio, Video (Limited)
  • Mobile “HTML5” Features (HTML5 Has come to mean a lot more than just the HTML5 Spec)• CSS3 - visual goodies, transitions• Audio, Video (Limited)• WebSockets
  • Mobile “HTML5” Features (HTML5 Has come to mean a lot more than just the HTML5 Spec)• CSS3 - visual goodies, transitions• Audio, Video (Limited)• WebSockets• Local Storage
  • Mobile “HTML5” Features (HTML5 Has come to mean a lot more than just the HTML5 Spec)• CSS3 - visual goodies, transitions• Audio, Video (Limited)• WebSockets• Local Storage• Offline Storage
  • Mobile “HTML5” Features (HTML5 Has come to mean a lot more than just the HTML5 Spec)• CSS3 - visual goodies, transitions• Audio, Video (Limited)• WebSockets• Local Storage• Offline Storage• Canvas, SVG
  • Mobile “HTML5” Features (HTML5 Has come to mean a lot more than just the HTML5 Spec)• CSS3 - visual goodies, transitions• Audio, Video (Limited)• WebSockets• Local Storage• Offline Storage• Canvas, SVG• New Events (touch, orientation, accel)
  • Mobile “HTML5” Features (HTML5 Has come to mean a lot more than just the HTML5 Spec)• CSS3 - visual goodies, transitions• Audio, Video (Limited)• WebSockets• Local Storage• Offline Storage• Canvas, SVG• New Events (touch, orientation, accel)• Geolocation (via GPS)
  • Mobile “HTML5” Features (HTML5 Has come to mean a lot more than just the HTML5 Spec)• CSS3 - visual goodies, transitions• Audio, Video (Limited)• WebSockets• Local Storage• Offline Storage• Canvas, SVG• New Events (touch, orientation, accel)• Geolocation (via GPS)• All supported on Mobile Webkit stack
  • Missing vs. Native• 3D (WebGL supported in new firefox mobile - sorry IOS)• Good video / audio support• Performance• Device specific features (but those are coming)
  • Benefits over native• Single code base• Cross Platform - Desktop + Mobile• Cross Device• No curator• Rapid redeployment
  • 1-2 years away from “native” performance Need to pick pieces that are performant (e.g. CSS3 Transitions)Need to spend time optimizing your HTML & Javascript
  • But... (Demo time) http://mocospace.com http://jquerymobile.com/http://www.sencha.com/products/touch/demos/ http://www.kesiev.com/akihabara/ http://demo.nomadeditions.com/real-eats/ http://lessframework.com/
  • Last Numbered ReleaseFeatures are going to come fast and furious from the browsers
  • Should you pickHTML5 over native?
  • Thanks! Q&A