HTML5 is the new standard for structuring and presenting content on the World Wide Web. It incorporates features like video playback and drag-and-drop that have been previously dependent on third-party browser plug-ins such as Adobe Flash, Microsoft Silverlight, and Google Gears.
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ENTERPRISE MOBILITY Is HTML5 Ready For Enterprise Mobile Apps? vs.SPONSORS UCSC Extn. & Halosys
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Agenda Meetup!! Presentation: Avinash Harsh VP, Enterprise Mobile Solutions, Halosys AnusheelBhushan Software Adventurer, Halosys & Entrepreneur About HTML5 Current state Development Frameworks Deployment Flexibility More.. Networking
What is HTML5? Incorporate features like video playback, drag-n- drop No longer dependent on 3rd party plug-in: Adobe Flash Microsoft Silverlight Google Gears
Why HTML5? It’s here to stay! Web browsers Smart phones & Tablets Appliances Automobile Dashboards Retail Kiosks
Why HTML5? Re-usable across many platforms Full control – No need to go through AppStore approval process Ease of deployment – Flexibility to deploy in multiple ways Availability – Online & Offline mode Leverage Web development skills
Development Stacks Titanium PhoneGap Sencha jQueryMobile Trigger.io Sproutcore
Development Stacks Backbone.js Knockout.JS Angular Google WebKit (GWT) Node.js
Deployment Apple App Store Native Apps Approval by Apple Enterprise App Center Apple Enterprise Program Full control on applications, No approval required Direct Web URL Browser based access Direct URL for offline HTML5 file downloaded on the phone Browser based download of files Native app like feel thereafter
HTML5 Challenges Well designed native apps have a better performance than HTML5 (as of now) Limitations of offline database Offline storage security is questionable Synchronization of offline data Cross domain challenge/s Support on Blackberry (OS 6.0 onwards)
Is HTML5 right for you? BYOD Roadmap MEAP – Mobile Enterprise Application Platform dependency MDM – Do you have a Mobile Device Management System in place? Type of Applications needed in your organization Infrastructure considerations Development Stack – In house expertise Preferred Deployment Approach Real Usability of the application
Thank you for coming! Questions??www.slideshare.com/halosys Avinash Harsh email@example.com
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