Web Apps vs Native Apps 	

Thank you for being here	

anjanesh babu	

 11 July 2013
Please…oh please….	

WebaApps vs Native Apps	

App washing	

Bonus reveal	

Today…
What do we do ?	

	

Education Service
events
the dining room
Permanent exhibits	

Current exhibitions	

teaching
Presence on mobile	

2009	

2011	

2012
Drivers for innovation	

Wireless Refresh
+	

 +
Going Native 	

7,75,000	

850,000	

£££
The WebApp way	

ü Avoids Vendor locking
ü Rapid Prototyping
ü Instant publishing
ü Platform neutral
ü Desktop friend...
Desirables
Roads explored
Tools of the trade
Dreamweaver
Notepad++
Smultron
dashcode
•  Instant prototyping.	

•  No coding.	

•  All drag and drop.	

•  One free project.	

•  View instantly on devices.	

•...
Challenges : the web app way
Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet,
consectetur adipiscing elit. Nam
tincidunt rutrum venenatis. Lore...
Applications tending to be well designed websites
Mobile Web customized for Desktops	

Create more vs code more	

The Road...
the bonus feature today
the bonus feature today
The Peak 	

•  CPU Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 8225 1.2Ghz
x2.	

•  UMTS 850/1900/2100 (3G HSPA). 	

•  GSM 850/900/1800/1900 (...
How it stacks up	

Home screen	

 eduroam trial by fire : pass
Page rendering
Mobile Device	

Gonk	

Gaia	

Firefox OS
Gecko
WebApps base	

(thanks Greg Jennings ! )	

Paths
(thanks Tim and Ted)
?	

WebaApps vs Native Apps	

How we began
How we end
WebApps & NativeApps
Not too late
Place your bets.
WebApps vs Native Apps	

anjanesh babu	

 11 July 2013
Thank you.
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With increasing number of organisations that are presenting app offerings, the app space is indeed getting crowded along with blurring lines of differentiation for the users. How does one make a call for balancing native device capacity with restrictions by platform and what impact does this hold for creativity as well skill sets in the developer community? We intend to provide an insight gained during our journey, comparing and contrasting the vastly underrated area of web app development and the increasingly deeper hooks they are providing to native apps within our goals of engaging those already in the museum and more importantly ;bringing the museum to visitors who are on the outside.

Originally presented at the Oxford University ICT conference 2013 .
http://www.ictf.ox.ac.uk/conference/2013/

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  • More parallels drawn to highway signage than conventional designProvide decision points for user. Provide feedback that ‘something has happened’OrientationCMS anyone ?The power of NOMetricsInternal only sites Themes and filesLatenciesStab and click buttonsMultiple versions of imagesText is your enemy. HTML + JS knowledge only
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  • Hope This works Key conceptsApp Washing
  • Hope This works Key conceptsApp Washing
  • Web Apps vs Native Apps

    1. 1. Web Apps vs Native Apps Thank you for being here anjanesh babu 11 July 2013
    2. 2. Please…oh please…. WebaApps vs Native Apps App washing Bonus reveal Today…
    3. 3. What do we do ? Education Service events the dining room Permanent exhibits Current exhibitions teaching
    4. 4. Presence on mobile 2009 2011 2012
    5. 5. Drivers for innovation Wireless Refresh + +
    6. 6. Going Native 7,75,000 850,000 £££
    7. 7. The WebApp way ü Avoids Vendor locking ü Rapid Prototyping ü Instant publishing ü Platform neutral ü Desktop friendly UI ü Run with it ! X Monetisation * X Underutilization X No Access to hardware * X Push notification * X “feels like cheating”
    8. 8. Desirables
    9. 9. Roads explored
    10. 10. Tools of the trade Dreamweaver Notepad++ Smultron dashcode
    11. 11. •  Instant prototyping. •  No coding. •  All drag and drop. •  One free project. •  View instantly on devices. •  Unbelievably simple. Live Demo Result of 4 minute live demo https://codiqa.com/
    12. 12. Challenges : the web app way Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Nam tincidunt rutrum venenatis. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur … Text is your enemy ! Orient Guide speeds Pacify
    13. 13. Applications tending to be well designed websites Mobile Web customized for Desktops Create more vs code more The Road Ahead
    14. 14. the bonus feature today
    15. 15. the bonus feature today
    16. 16. The Peak •  CPU Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 8225 1.2Ghz x2. •  UMTS 850/1900/2100 (3G HSPA). •  GSM 850/900/1800/1900 (2G EDGE). •  Screen 4.3" qHD IPS Multitouch. •  Camera 8 MP (back) + 2 MP (front). •  4 GB (ROM) and 512 MB (RAM). •  MicroSD,Wifi N, Bluetooth 2.1 EDR, Radio FM, Light & Prox. Sensor, G-Sensor, GPS, MicroUSB, Flash (camera). •  Battery 1800 mAh. http://www.geeksphone.com/ Firefox Developer Preview Phone
    17. 17. How it stacks up Home screen eduroam trial by fire : pass
    18. 18. Page rendering
    19. 19. Mobile Device Gonk Gaia Firefox OS Gecko
    20. 20. WebApps base (thanks Greg Jennings ! ) Paths (thanks Tim and Ted)
    21. 21. ? WebaApps vs Native Apps How we began
    22. 22. How we end WebApps & NativeApps
    23. 23. Not too late Place your bets.
    24. 24. WebApps vs Native Apps anjanesh babu 11 July 2013
    25. 25. Thank you.
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