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Web vs Native introduction
Web vs Native introduction
Web vs Native introduction
Web vs Native introduction
Web vs Native introduction
Web vs Native introduction
Web vs Native introduction
Web vs Native introduction
Web vs Native introduction
Web vs Native introduction
Web vs Native introduction
Web vs Native introduction
Web vs Native introduction
Web vs Native introduction
Web vs Native introduction
Web vs Native introduction
Web vs Native introduction
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  • 1. Native vs WebThe never ending story question www.androidaalto.org
  • 2. Ramonramon@androidaalto.orggplus.to/jush@j_u_s_hgithub.com/jush
  • 3. Who are you?
  • 4. Content● Concepts● Web● Native● Hybrids● Tools● Future?
  • 5. ConceptsWeb applications
  • 6. ConceptsNative applications
  • 7. ConceptsHybrid applications
  • 8. Concepts Web appsHybrid apps Native apps
  • 9. Web applications
  • 10. Web applications Pros Cons● Easy updates ● App visibility● Cross-platform ● UX● No need for approval ● Interoperability● Full revenue ● Performance● Open specification ● Fragmentation● Common languages ● Hardware access Both ● Debugging ● Experience ● Hardware access ● Frameworks
  • 11. Native applications
  • 12. Native applications Pros Cons● Optimized ● One platform● Performance ● Subject to approval● UX ● Revenue● Hardware access ● Dependant on 3rd● Richer experience parties● Better known ● Fragmentation● Innovation Both ● Debugging ● Experience ● Visibility
  • 13. Hybrid applications
  • 14. Hybrid applications Pros Cons● Good things about ● Performance HTML5 and native ● Fine-tunning● Multi-platform ● Debugging● Fragmentation● Re-usability Both ● UX ● Plug-ins
  • 15. Toolswww.caniuse.com: compatibility tableswww.html5rocks.commobilehtml5.orgWeinre: WEb INspector REmoteChrome beta remote debugging
  • 16. Future...
  • 17. www.androidaalto.org
  • 18. Thank you! www.androidaalto.org

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