Summary: Despite HTML5’s growing importance, many businesses still don’t understand this new standard. To help clear up this confusion, this list of HTML5 resources explains this new standard, dispels common myths, and explains why most people look at the “native vs. HTML5” debate from the wrong angle.
Our Software Development Manager, Tyler Wassell, was recently quoted in a nice HTML5 article. He explains how HTML5 is improving, and why more businesses have chosen this route over native mobile apps.
The article offers some great insight into the advantages and challenges of HTML5. It also drives home an important point: HTML5 is becoming even more important to business.
The problem is, many businesses still don’t understand HTML5. While it does offer some great benefits, it’s still surrounded with confusion.
For instance, some assume it’s a brand new technology. Others believe it applies only to mobile. Still others think they must convert their existing apps to the new standard.
To help clear up that confusion, I’ve compiled a list of HTML5 resources that should help. They explain HTML5, dispel some common myths, and explain why you may be looking at HTML5 from the wrong angle. I hope you find them useful.
This article walks you through a high-level overview of HTML5 and explains some of its most important features. It will give you a clearer picture of the new HTML standard, and help you better understand how it can help your company.
As HTML5 becomes more popular, the misinformation surrounding this new standard grows. Everyone wants HTML5, but they’re not quite sure what it is. This article lists some of the most common myths surrounding HTML5 today, and explains why they’re false.
The “Native apps vs. HTML5 apps” debate has raged for the last few years. Some tout the benefits of the native approach, while others swear by HTML5. The only problem is, this argument doesn’t make sense. Find out why, and which question you should be asking instead.
Many businesses see the popularity of native apps among consumers, and assume it’s the best approach for business. However, while native apps work great for the consumer market, they’re often the worst mobile app option for business. This paper outlines each option, and explains why businesses may want to avoid native.