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HTML5 and the dawn of rich mobile web applications pt 1

by Head of Mobile Developer Relations at Facebook on Oct 10, 2011

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  • jamesgpearce James Pearce, Head of Mobile Developer Relations at Facebook @Lea, that's true, of course. I am totally aware of Opera Mini's dominance for 'classic' web browsing. However, it's difficult to talk about it in the context of richer, client-side mobile web apps given that it uses a proxy-based rendering approach: there's no way to run a self-contained JS-based app on it. (jQuery mobile supports progressively enhanced mobile experiences on it, and I mentioned that in the session).

    Opera Mobile of course rocks, but has a relatively small penetration and no (afaik) factory device installations yet.
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  • LeaVerou Lea Verou, Web designer & developer at Fresset Ltd No mention of the biggest mobile browser (Opera) in a talk about mobile? That's kind of funny. In a bad way. 2 years ago
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