HTML5 Mobile Development: 7 Good Ideas (and 3 Bad Ones)

, February 13, 2013 HTML5 can be a boon to enterprise mobile app development, but you have to identify the right use cases to make it work. Here are 7 scenarios that make sense for HTML5, and 3 you might want to avoid.
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Use Case #2: You Need Frequent Updates

Organizations planning to deploy apps with frequent update cycles may be wary of how long it takes for users to push upgrades to their phone. HTML5 offers a big advantage in that arena, says Judith Rohatiner, front end web developer for Mendix, an app development platform company. "HTML5 allows for centralized deployment and updates that are available instantly," she says.


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