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HTML5 vs Native Mobile App Development: Which option is best?

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Any company creating mobile apps today faces an important decision: NATIVE or HTML5?

Any company creating mobile apps today faces an important decision: NATIVE or HTML5?
Each has its advantages, but choosing the wrong one could be costly.

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  • VladWeber Vlad Weber, NH at Marketing Department You won't need to choose whether your app should be native or HTML5 as there're lots of cloud-based services which allow making a single app that's distibuted to all major platforms such as iOS,Android and HTML5. I'm using Snappii service currently because they offer great features that can be implemented even without coding. 6 months ago
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  • MarjanSlavkovski Marjan Slavkovski Had great experience with those kind of things, Phonegap is quite buggy, if you want to end up rewriting your app in native then feel free to use it, many companies decided to throw that freaky thing away and go native. In other hand, if you are planning to do a Shopping list app, then this is best solution. For other more professional stuff It is imperative and wise to go native.. and that's it, no further discussion, nothing else to be said, nothing else to be stated.. Stay away from that as far as possible. 7 months ago
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  • VladWeber Vlad Weber, NH at Marketing Department Mobile apps offer an abundance of benefits to consumers and internal employees/operations. The ability to collect and immediately transmit data eliminates paper processing, improves data flow, and adds a competitive edge to any organization.
    Come learn from experts about industry best practices for Airline mobile apps and how leveraging apps can increase productivity, decrease expenses and streamline operations.
    https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/4387234265463548416
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  • strengerseo Strenger Seo, SEO Expert, SEM, PPC at Fiverr http://fiverr.com/mcyrus/do-12-article-submission-service 9 months ago
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  • rdooren rdooren For most organizations there is no strategic decisions to be made at all. You know: it's not like developing a new product or platform.

    My advice:
    - Put aside fundamental discussions. Just start with one alternative: native iOS, native Android or web application. You can't go wrong: better one mobile solution than no mobile solution :)
    - Check after three to four months if your first mobile implementation has fulfilled most of your customer's needs. If not: implement one of two remaining alternatives.

    We started with a web application. We found out that web app looks more stable on iOS than on Android. So we decided that developing a native Android app would be the smartest next move. Native iOS app will depend on the need for device-specific features and market share development.

    Not that hard, is it?
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  • squallcraft Oscar Esteban Guzmán Fuentes, Advertising at Ases I've seen applications disastrous and great on both sides. Much depends on the developers.
    The future of HTML5 depends on the buseiness model
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  • spradders spradders I think this is a very poor presentation - it doesn't take into account hybrid apps which provide the best of both worlds (in most cases). [Disclosure, I work for IBM] - IBM Worklight allows you to develop hybrid apps with encrypted offline and in-transit data, access phone features (camera, accelerometer), package apps for delivery via app stores (hence can be monetised), test, manage, update apps etc - it's a much broader discussion than this presentation suggests. 9 months ago
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  • alexbuznik Alex Buznik, Front-End developer at Beetroot.se So you mean HTML5 - only mobile web-versions or some Phonegap solutions?
    If about Phonegap then why there is no market? (slide 6)
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  • vtourraine Vincent Tourraine Similar talk @ RuLu 2013
    http://www.slideshare.net/vtourraine/ru-lu-2013-web-apps-vs-native-apps
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  • michaelenslow Michael Enslow, Principal Developer and Co-founder at Mister Machine 'There’s no real fight between Web and native –you need both.' - Josh Clarke.

    This presentation does not paint the big picture of the relationship between HTML5 and native apps. I recommend checking out LukeW's notes from Josh Clarke's talk at the Web App Masters Tour in Seattle from this May for a better big picture understanding: http://www.lukew.com/ff/entry.asp?1337

    One of the most important takeaways is the relationship between User Experience and Reach. If UX is more important for your app than reach, than maybe focus on native. If reach is more important than focus on a mobile web app.
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