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PANEL: Mobile face-off: HTML 5 vs. native apps vs. mobile development platforms - part 2/3
PANEL: Mobile face-off: HTML 5 vs. native apps vs. mobile development platforms - part 2/3
PANEL: Mobile face-off: HTML 5 vs. native apps vs. mobile development platforms - part 2/3
PANEL: Mobile face-off: HTML 5 vs. native apps vs. mobile development platforms - part 2/3
PANEL: Mobile face-off: HTML 5 vs. native apps vs. mobile development platforms - part 2/3
PANEL: Mobile face-off: HTML 5 vs. native apps vs. mobile development platforms - part 2/3
PANEL: Mobile face-off: HTML 5 vs. native apps vs. mobile development platforms - part 2/3
PANEL: Mobile face-off: HTML 5 vs. native apps vs. mobile development platforms - part 2/3
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PANEL: Mobile face-off: HTML 5 vs. native apps vs. mobile development platforms - part 2/3

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Front-row seats for the ongoing debate between HTML5, native app development and mobile development platforms. Experts weigh in on the merits of each. …

Front-row seats for the ongoing debate between HTML5, native app development and mobile development platforms. Experts weigh in on the merits of each.

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    • other scenarios for mobile web
    • viral marketing campaigns via QR codes
    • social channels
    • the point
    • people will find your website via search or browsing
    • reach people without the friction of an app install
    • reach people who you can't use your native app(s)
    • what can html5 do?
    • fulfills the promise of the browser
    • enables design with relatively little code/images
    • clean transitions and touch interactivity
    • Location awareness
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