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    The Story of Jessi and James - a FITML-HTML5 Comparison The Story of Jessi and James - a FITML-HTML5 Comparison Presentation Transcript

    • The storyofJessi & James
      1
      Two Developers – one Goal: A mobile website
      Photo: http://www.flickr.com/photos/blyzz/5329090461
    • The Job
      2
      The customer wants a mobile corporate website.
      James realizes the mobile website traditional in HTML5, JavaScript.
      Jessi has registered on fitml.com and realizes the mobile website in FITML, HTML5, JavaScript.
      So let´s start the job!
    • Research
      3
      James does research about HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript …
      Jessi reads our documentation of FITML. Also she does research about HTML5, CSS3 and JavaScript.
    • Developing
      4
      James is working hard on his page.
      … also is Jessi.
    • Finally
      5
      The page of James is finally realized.
      It works fine on his iPhone4.
      The page of Jessi also looks nice.
    • But then
      6
    • Update
      7
      Apple rolls out a new Update of iOS.
      Two weeks later, Google also comes with an Android update.
      The Browsers of the iPhone- and Android Phones now support more CSS3 and have more differences than the older versions.
    • Update
      8
      The code of James needs an update. He spends time in coding and testing. The customer isn’t really willing to pay the extra cost.
      Jessi doesn´t have this problem. The team of fitml.com maintains updates of operating systems in the database.
    • Update
      9
      James works hard to get it up and running.
      Jessi is ready to earn money.
    • But then
      10
    • Other devices
      11
      The customer tests the mobile site with his family. He comes with other devices like Nokia, BlackBerry, iPad etc.
      http://www.flickr.com/photos/29881930@N00/2086642192/
      http://www.flickr.com/photos/smieyetracking/5546549150/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/29881930@N00/2086641268/
    • Device fragmentation
      12
      The page of James supports a few devices, but not the BlackBerry and Nokia of the customer. James begins again with coding.
      Jessi doesn´t have this problem. The team of fitml.com maintains devices in the database.
    • Device fragmentation
      13
      James works hard. The customer is now really angry. Also James. It’s the second time that the customer must pay.
      The customer of Jessi is happy.
      She gets a new project.
    • Advantages of FITML
      14
      • Fortune 500 trusted, award winning technology.
      • Develop mobile Websites, Web Apps and Hybrid Apps.
      • Ensure highest quality on any device.
      • Develop once and stay updated to any new device.
      • Increase project efficiency.
      • Accelerate the time-to-market.
      • Start at zero costs.
    • Happy End
      15
      You want to be as smart as Jessi?
      Register for free on fitml.com