Startup Saturday: Mobilliance 2013 Telerik presentation

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Native vs Hybrid by Stephen Forte, CSO of Telerik, Co-Founder of AcceleratorHK

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Startup Saturday: Mobilliance 2013 Telerik presentation

  1. 1. Na#ve  vs  Hybrid Stephen  Forte   @worksonmypc  
  2. 2. Mobile  &  Cloud  are  disrup#ng   so8ware  development.
  3. 3. Yesterday Today X
  4. 4. UI is harder than ever. Multiple skillsets Many platforms Many SDKs Wildly different UX Unpredictable screens More time consuming Indirect debugging Rapidly changing
  5. 5. Cloud is easier than ever. Lower costs | Reduce setup time | Easily scale | On-demand capabilities
  6. 6. Yesterday CUSTOM CODE SERVERS INSTALLS Today <include>  
  7. 7. Reach of Efficiency of Richness of Web Hybrid Native $ $$$
  8. 8. Web Reach of Web Efficiency of Hybrid Hybrid Richness of Native Native
  9. 9. What  About  My  Startup?
  10. 10. Web MVP Launch Hybrid Facebook Native
  11. 11. Rapid  MVP  are  great  for   Responsive  Web
  12. 12. If  you  launch  with  iOS  only,  you   are  ignoring  70%  of  the  market   (or  more)!
  13. 13. Don’t  let  this  happen  to  you
  14. 14. Yes  I  am  talking  to  you  Snaptee!
  15. 15. But  Wait,  Mark  Zuckerberg  Said   HTML5  Sucks!
  16. 16. No  He  Didn’t
  17. 17.        "When  I'm  introspec#ve  about  the  last  few  years  I  think   the  biggest  mistake  that  we  made,  as  a  company,  is  be[ng   too  much  on  HTML5  as  opposed  to  na#ve...  because  it  just   wasn't  there.  And  it's  not  that  HTML5  is  bad.  I'm  actually,  on   long-­‐term,  really  excited  about  it.  One  of  the  things  that's   interes#ng  is  we  actually  have  more  people  on  a  daily  basis   using  mobile  Web  Facebook  than  we  have  using  our  iOS  or   Android  apps  combined.  So  mobile  Web  is  a  big  thing  for  us."                                        -­‐-­‐Mark  Zuckerberg,  Disrupt  SF,  September  2012.
  18. 18. Facebook  moved  to  Na#ve   from  HTML5  when  they  had   $1b  in  profit.  
  19. 19. When  you  have  $1b  in  profit,   you  can  go  na#ve.  J
  20. 20. The  End

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