With 1.2 billion people already connecting to the Internet on mobile devices, according to the International Telecommunications Union, and with more users switching from PCs to touch-based tablets like Apple's iPad, it is critical for developers to find efficient ways to reach both high- and low-end mobile devices. As an industry, we need to start bringing content experiences simultaneously to all connected devices, at a speed and quality that consumers expect. How do we make this happen?. HTML5 is not a solution by itself, but it is the beginning of a solution. HTML5 provides a useful set of new standard application programming interfaces, but it's not enough to turn the Web into a viable ecosystem that can compete with native device application development. For the Web to regain its dominance and become the next application platform, we need to improve app programming tools, make sure Web apps can run across all devices and operating systems, enable their distribution via closed app stores, speed up their performance, ensure they work even in unreliable or slow networks across the globe, and toughen up security.
Distribution: With well over 500,000 applications in Apple's iTunes App Store, and soaring iPhone and iPad sales, we know that users are happy to consume and pay for applications. But, a challenge for developers is that Web applications distributed as native applications in an app store model require a "chrome" that wraps the HTML5 Web application so it doesn't run within the standard visible browser. Apache's PhoneGap and Yahoo's Livestand make it easy for developers to add this native chrome and to access native device APIs--such as the device's camera--from the Web application.
Packaging: Yahoo's Livestand provides the necessary granularity, modularity, and compose-ability capabilities needed for packaging Web modules into large Web applications, otherwise completely missing from the HTML5 standard, Performance: Many HTML5-based applications in the Apple and Android app stores don't presidio stay clear case for apple iphone 6s plus, 7 plus and 8 plus - clear perform or feel as "silky" as pure native applications, because they can't access hardware-based graphics acceleration, Thankfully, the CSS presentational language is helping to address this in its third version, known as CSS3, which gives developers access to 2D and 3D graphics, Platforms such as Apple's iOS and Google's Android are implementing hardware-accelerated CSS3 for native-like performance..
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