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In The Brain of Paul Ardeleanu: Native vs HTML5 - why, when and how to use them

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HTML5 is the ubiquitous platform for the web and cannot be dismissed any longer as a incomplete solution. It is both something entirely new and what HTML was always supposed to be. Once you "get it', it'll change the way you think about the web.

In the same time, native development has gone from strength to strength: Apple just celebrated the 25 billionth app purchase whilst Android users downloaded more than 10 billion as of last December.

And, as ever, developer are taking sides and try to use the one hammer for everything.

After a short introduction to HTML5, highlighting the latest developments, Paul will explain how to find the right balance between native apps and mobile web apps to find the best outcome for your projects.

This is not an official London HTML5 User Group meeting, just a free event we thought you'd like!

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  • Rob W.

    I would have preferred a comparison of options, ie syncha touch, jquery mobile, etc. surprised so negative about phonegap. Would love to hear other people's views and experiences, favourite frameworks, etc

    May 23, 2012

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    May 23, 2012

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    If you weren't able to attend, read the follow up email (with a link to the video) here:

    May 23, 2012

  • A former member
    A former member

    Would have preferred more detail rather than high level overview.

    May 23, 2012

  • Martin D.

    Very poor. This was a basic overview of HTML5 features, almost as if the contents page of an HTML5 book had been pasted to slides. Also very dismissive of hybrid solutions to the HTML5 vs native question. Surely there is a place for all of these technologies in the wide scope of mobile apps. Very disappointed.

    May 23, 2012

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