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Silicon Valley Automotive Open Source Message Board › HTML5 to play key role in car app software

HTML5 to play key role in car app software

Alison C.
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John L.
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The article is not very objective, it reads more like a press release from QNX (a competitor of Android). Also it's probably premature to start declaring winners and losers. The overall architecture may be a bigger influence. A distributed where the UI display is a separate simple head-end module and the function processing is done in several other modules, then HTML5 could be a key technology. If the processing is centrally located with the UI, then HTML5 is not as important.

In addition, there is no reason HTML5 and Android cannot be used together. The article makes this false assumption. Combining the strengths of various technologies is the real winner.
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