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HTML5: Friending the Mobile Web

Back in the fall of 2010, we did a post on the value of HTML5 for Web developers -- how it brings standards-based features to the browser and consistency to the Web application environment: HTML5: Back to the Future Fragmentation?

Feb 27, 2012 by Rob Chandhok

Slow Mobile Web? It’s the Entire Industry’s Problem

Are you reading this on your phone or tablet? Did the page load as quickly as you wanted? Chances are that it didn’t. Here’s what’s going on. Compuware recently published “What Users Want from Mobile,” a 2011 survey of 4014 consumers worldwide on their expectations for mobile Web site and application performance. Let me cut to the chase:

Aug 10, 2011 by Sayeed Choudhury

Time to Take the Mobile Web Seriously

If you develop native applications, you live on the left-hand side of this image. You’re close to phone internals and you can use hardware APIs to take full advantage of sensors, location based services , GPS, camera and other components inside the phone. Of course, that also means that you have to port, test and maintain versions for all the platforms your customers use — but you can’t have everything.

Jul 21, 2011 by Sayeed Choudhury

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