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Is the Native App Dying? <ul>Dan silivestru CTO @ tinyHippos Inc @tinyhippos [email_address] </ul>
NO! Native is still needed <ul><li>Games
Processing
Low level access
Performance </li></ul>
Vendor Sales (MM) Nokia 100 RIM 48 Apple 48 HTC 25 Samsung 24 Motorola 14 Sony 10 LG 7 others 22 Mobile landscape
Web is the answer <ul><li>DOM
HTML5
JavaScript
CSS
DAP </li></ul>
frameworks <ul><li>phonegap
appcelerator
rhomobile
appmobi
webworks (RIM)
WAC
W3C DAP </li></ul>
What can you do? <ul><li>Geolocation
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  1. 1. Is the Native App Dying? <ul>Dan silivestru CTO @ tinyHippos Inc @tinyhippos [email_address] </ul>
  2. 2. NO! Native is still needed <ul><li>Games
  3. 3. Processing
  4. 4. Low level access
  5. 5. Performance </li></ul>
  6. 6. Vendor Sales (MM) Nokia 100 RIM 48 Apple 48 HTC 25 Samsung 24 Motorola 14 Sony 10 LG 7 others 22 Mobile landscape
  7. 7. Web is the answer <ul><li>DOM
  8. 8. HTML5
  9. 9. JavaScript
  10. 10. CSS
  11. 11. DAP </li></ul>
  12. 12. frameworks <ul><li>phonegap
  13. 13. appcelerator
  14. 14. rhomobile
  15. 15. appmobi
  16. 16. webworks (RIM)
  17. 17. WAC
  18. 18. W3C DAP </li></ul>
  19. 19. What can you do? <ul><li>Geolocation
  20. 20. Accelerometer
  21. 21. Compass
  22. 22. Contacts
  23. 23. Network
  24. 24. Messaging
  25. 25. payment </li></ul><ul><li>Camera
  26. 26. Multimedia </li><ul><li>Audio
  27. 27. Video </li></ul><li>File i/o
  28. 28. -----
  29. 29. Bar code scanning </li></ul>
  30. 30. You're not alone <ul><li>embedjs
  31. 31. sencha
  32. 32. xui
  33. 33. launchair
  34. 34. jquery-mobile
  35. 35. winkjs
  36. 36. zepto
  37. 37. jo </li></ul><ul><li>qooxdoo
  38. 38. jworkflow
  39. 39. requirejs
  40. 40. Dojo
  41. 41. backbone.js
  42. 42. and many more... </li></ul>
  43. 43. tooling <ul><li>IDEs </li><ul><li>Vi
  44. 44. Emacs
  45. 45. Textmate
  46. 46. WebStorm
  47. 47. Eclipse
  48. 48. Or whatever floats your boat </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Tooling </li><ul><li>ripple
  49. 49. appmobi
  50. 50. couchdb
  51. 51. web inspector
  52. 52. Phonegap build
  53. 53. apparat.io
  54. 54. brepl </li></ul></ul>
  55. 56. Still in flux <ul><li>Web... not the answer to everything
  56. 57. Bugs bugs bugs
  57. 58. Many webkits (and other browsers)
  58. 59. APIs are shifting
  59. 60. Docs? </li></ul>
  60. 61. Distribution <ul><li>App stores
  61. 62. Mobile web
  62. 63. ---
  63. 64. Phonegap build
  64. 65. apparat.io
  65. 66. Appmobi
  66. 67. Rhomobile
  67. 68. WAC? </li></ul>
  68. 69. “Talk is cheap Show me the code!”
  69. 70. Phonegap geolocation
  70. 71. Phonegap accelerometer
  71. 72. Enough code, I want some action!
  72. 73. Apps in the wild <ul><li>http://phonegap.com/apps
  73. 74. http://www.appcelerator.com/showcase/applications-showcase/
  74. 75. http://rhomobile.com/apps/ </li></ul>
  75. 76. In the near future... <ul><li>Game Closure
  76. 77. LimeJS
  77. 78. WebGL
  78. 79. Canvas
  79. 80. Box2d-js
  80. 81. And more... </li></ul>
  81. 82. Get some! <ul><li>http://docs.phonegap.com
  82. 83. http://appcelerator.com
  83. 84. http://rhomobile.com
  84. 85. http://www.w3.org/2009/dap/
  85. 86. http://wacapps.net
  86. 87. http://www.quirksmode.org/blog/ </li></ul>
  87. 88. Thank you!
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