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HTML5 Web Apps vs. Native Apps


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One of the many challenges facing IT leaders today is determining which technology to choose for developing enterprise applications. Should they be native mobile apps, Web-based apps using HTML5, or create a hybrid app? And once you've done your development, how best to deploy, manage, and secure these apps?

Jonathan Stark, Mobiquity's vice president of application architecture, the author of O'Reilly's Building iPhone Apps with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, and Building Android Apps will provide insight developing enterprise apps:

- Best Development Approaches: HTML5 Web Apps vs. Native apps
- Minimizing barriers of device diversity
- Minimizing barriers of platform variations

Cimarron Buser, Apperian's VP of product marketing, will talk about deploying and managing enterprise apps:

- Real examples of app deployment in businesses
- Making the case for a great user experience
- The application life-cyle
- Keeping things current for your employees without a heavy hand

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HTML5 Web Apps vs. Native Apps

  1. 1. HTML5 Web Apps vs.! Native Apps" Cimarron Buser ! ! ! ! ! !Jonathan Stark! VP, Product Marketing! ! ! ! ! !VP, Application Architecture! Apperian, Inc.! ! ! ! ! ! !Mobiquity, Inc.! ! ! ! ! !! !! !The information and images contained in this document are of a proprietary and confidential nature.The disclosure, duplication, use in whole, or use in part, of the document for any purposes other thanclient evaluation without the written permission of Apperian, Inc. is strictly prohibited.© Apperian, Inc. 2010. All Rights Reserved.! 2011.
  2. 2. Today’s WebinarTwitter: #ApperianMobiquityWebDirect Messages: “Chat Box” in Webinar SessionQ&A At the End of the Presentation Page! 2!
  3. 3. Best development approachesHTML5 web apps vs. native apps Page! 3!
  4. 4. Jonathan StarkMobiquity Vice President, Application Architecture Page! 4!
  5. 5. About Mobiquity Mobiquity is a professional services firm working with the global 2000 to design, build and deploy enterprise-class mobile solutions. Clients uniquely benefit from the breadth ! and depth of our cross-disciplinary teams! !  Strategists map out how mobile technology can drive business innovation! !  User experience designers create apps that engage the user and promote the brand
 !  Development teams build integrated business solutions that drive success! Page! 5!
  6. 6. Fragmentation Page! 6!
  7. 7. Platform Fragmentation•  iOS!•  Android (Froyo, Gingerbread, Honeycomb)!•  BlackBerry!•  Windows Phone 7!•  webOS?! Page! 7!
  8. 8. Device Fragmentation•  130+ Android handsets!•  100+ tablets announced!•  Sizes range from postage stamp to wall!•  Screen resolution has become an issue! Page! 8!
  9. 9. Et Tu, Apple?•  iPhone 2G!•  iPhone 3G!•  iPhone 3GS!•  iPhone 4!•  iPhone 4S!•  iPod Touch 1st gen!•  iPod Touch 2nd gen!•  iPod Touch 3rd gen!•  iPod Touch 4th gen!•  iPad!•  iPad 2! Page! 9!
  10. 10. Et Tu, Apple?•  Camera or not?!•  Multitasking or not?!•  3G or not?!•  GPS or not?!•  Gyro or not?!•  Screen size!•  Pixel density!•  Storage capacity!•  Memory limit!•  Processor speed! Page! 10!
  11. 11. Development Options•  Native apps!•  Web apps!•  Hybrid apps! Page! 11!
  12. 12. Native Apps•  Highest level of polish!•  Difficult to keep xplat code in sync!•  Expensive and difficult to hire talent!•  Distributed through public app store or private app catalog! Page! 12!
  13. 13. Web Apps•  Reaches largest market!•  Single codebase!•  Distributed on the Web!•  Can’t access device hardware! Page! 13!
  14. 14. Hybrid Apps•  Bundle Web resources in a native wrapper!•  Access network resources with Ajax!•  Progressive enhancement applies!•  Distribute through public app store or private app catalog! Page! 14!
  15. 15. PhoneGap Page! 15!
  16. 16. PhoneGap •  Open source! •  Created by @Nitobi! •  Native app wrapper! •  Multiple platforms! Page! 16!
  17. 17. Page! 17!
  18. 18. Page! 18!
  19. 19. If you can build your app with HTML, CSS,and JavaScript, then you probably should. Page! 19!
  20. 20. Deploying and managingenterprise apps Page! 20!
  21. 21. Cimarron BuserApperian Vice President, Product Marketing Page! 21!
  22. 22. About ApperianPrivately held, backed by top-tier venture firms Award winning product Company to Watch 2011 Product Finalist Experienced Executive Team Rapidly Expanding Customer Base Page! 22!
  23. 23. Deploying and Managing Enterprise Apps !  Deciding what goes mobile !  The business to employee challenge !  Case Studies for Sales & Marketing Page! 23!
  24. 24. Deciding what goes mobile Page! 24!
  25. 25. What Enterprise B2E Apps are being built Today? Combination of “Horizontal” and “Vertical” AppsSales Growth Productivity Service Delivery Page! 25!
  26. 26. What Enterprise B2E Apps are being built Today? Configurators! Sales Wizards! Product Demos! Pricing Tools! Order Placement! CRM! Sales Growth Sales Call Management! Page! 26!
  27. 27. What Enterprise B2E Apps are being built Today? Corporate Directory! Process Digitization! Measurement & Reporting! Engineering & Testing Tools! Training Delivery! Knowledge Management! Productivity Page! 27!
  28. 28. What Enterprise B2E Apps are being built Today? Business to Business Apps! Service at the Point of Contact! API/SDKs/Web Services! Self Service CRM! Service Delivery Page! 28!
  29. 29. The business-to-employee challenge Page! 29!
  30. 30. The Business to Employee Challenge UsersWhy can t you ITmake business How do Iapps like this? deploy and Dev manage Where do Apps? I start?•  Consumerization of IT •  Need a solution now!•  Single personal/work device •  Security is still #1•  Increased mobility •  Need starter apps •  Mobilize workforce with minimum support cost •  Little “Apple” or “Android” experience •  Need ability to create “secure apps” and get reporting •  Mobile SDKs not built for enterprise Page! 30!
  31. 31. Public “Stores” vs Private “App Catalogs”iTunes App Store or Google Market !  Consumer app focus !  Apps and updates are “optional” !  iTunes or Gmail account basedvs. “App Catalog” approach !  Enterprise “in-house” app focus !  Apps and updates “mandatory” !  Corporate directory authenticated Page! 31! Page!
  32. 32. Mobile Application Management Approach Application Lifecycle Create Deploy Manage Developers IT Staff IT & Business Staff!  Beta testing !  Configuration !  Management dashboards!  Version rollouts !  App provisioning & !  App Catalog for users decommissioning!  Feedback to developers !  Reporting & Tracking from users !  User management !  Application ratings!  “Enterprise” extensions !  Help desk integration required Page! 32!
  33. 33. Thank you! Page! 36!