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  • White Papers // Jul 2011

    HTML5 as the Core Technology of the Mobile Enterprise

    The dispute between HTML-based and native mobile development sometimes seems like a theological conflict rather than a practical one. As mobility continues to rapidly expand into the daily operations of businesses around the world, identifying the right technology becomes a major challenge for the IT department of the organization. This...

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  • White Papers // Jun 2011

    HTML5, Hybrid or Native Mobile App Development

    Many organizations taking their first steps to implement a mobile strategy are facing an important decision that will influence the results of this initiative. The process of choosing a development approach for a mobile application, namely native, web or hybrid, entails many parameters such as budget, project timeframe, target audience...

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  • White Papers // May 2010

    Top Ten Considerations for Extended Channel Applications

    Today's customers want to access personalized information and services and enjoy a consistent user experience as they switch between the different devices they own and the environments they use daily. Given the proliferation of smartphones, tablets, netbooks, social networks and other websites, it is not surprising that many companies are...

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  • White Papers // Apr 2010

    iPhone Application Development Methodologies

    A native application resides completely on the iPhone and is custom-built to support and leverage the resources and features unique to the device. Such direct access and connectivity dramatically increases application performance and expands the scope of potential new functionalities. Since the application resides on the device and all information...

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  • White Papers // May 2010

    Top Ten Considerations for Extended Channel Applications

    Today's customers want to access personalized information and services and enjoy a consistent user experience as they switch between the different devices they own and the environments they use daily. Given the proliferation of smartphones, tablets, netbooks, social networks and other websites, it is not surprising that many companies are...

    Provided By WorkLight

  • White Papers // Apr 2010

    iPhone Application Development Methodologies

    A native application resides completely on the iPhone and is custom-built to support and leverage the resources and features unique to the device. Such direct access and connectivity dramatically increases application performance and expands the scope of potential new functionalities. Since the application resides on the device and all information...

    Provided By WorkLight

  • White Papers // Jul 2011

    HTML5 as the Core Technology of the Mobile Enterprise

    The dispute between HTML-based and native mobile development sometimes seems like a theological conflict rather than a practical one. As mobility continues to rapidly expand into the daily operations of businesses around the world, identifying the right technology becomes a major challenge for the IT department of the organization. This...

    Provided By WorkLight

  • White Papers // Jun 2011

    HTML5, Hybrid or Native Mobile App Development

    Many organizations taking their first steps to implement a mobile strategy are facing an important decision that will influence the results of this initiative. The process of choosing a development approach for a mobile application, namely native, web or hybrid, entails many parameters such as budget, project timeframe, target audience...

    Provided By WorkLight