Mobile Platform Applications
Native applications specifically compiled and optimized for a mobile platform continue to be the recommended approach for graphic and computationally intensive applications.
The Current & Future Standards of HTML5
According to the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), an international community that develops open standards to ensure the long-term growth of the Web, HTML5 has come a long way and is now supported by most modern browsers. Moving toward the future, ongoing effort by the W3C will be to address interoperability not just across browsers, but also across devices as well as tackle browser fragmentation and testing. W3C intends to make every browser on the market HTML5-compatible by 2014.
Planning to use HTML5? Bring us your application, first.
Knowing when to use HTML5 vs. a native application is not always obvious.
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ICS has the real-world experience developing mobile on major platforms and we can save you time and show you how best to utilize HTML5 whether you are intending an application to target a single mobile platform or an existing standard server side webpage – we can help.
One of ICS's consulting managers, Jeff Tranter, has written a series of articles for the Intel AppUp℠ developer program—