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Interview: Financial Times Experience with Web Apps - W3C Blog

The decision by the Financial Times to launch a Web application made headlines in 2011. I recently spoke with Mary Beth Christie, Product Director, and Dan Skinner, Head of Design about their experience so far.
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Standards for Web Applications on Mobile: November 2011 current state and roadmap

Standards for Web Applications on Mobile: November 2011 current state and roadmap | Web Applications on Mobile | Scoop.it

Web technologies have become powerful enough that they are used to build full-featured applications; this has been true for many years in the desktop and laptop computer realm, but is increasingly so on mobile devices as well.

This document summarizes the various technologies developed in W3C that increase the power of Web applications, and how they apply more specifically to the mobile context.

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Poll: Will HTML5 Web Apps Eventually Dominate the Mobile Market?

Within the next year or so, a flood of HTML5-based Web apps will be coming to mobile devices. It will likely start with games and dedicated applications like ...
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Apps vs. the web: Are they enemies or allies?

Apps vs. the web: Are they enemies or allies? | Web Applications on Mobile | Scoop.it
Forrester CEO George Colony reignited a minor firestorm recently by saying "the web is dead" and the app ecosystem is replacing it.
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Interview: Motorola on Taking the Web to the Next Level - W3C Blog

“If we can standardize device APIs that provide developers access to the whole device, efficiently, then I think we will really see the emergence of a ubiquitous, cross device web platform and an ecosystem based on open standards.”

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tombenger: Grooveshark's New HTML5 Mobile Webapp Streams Music to Your Smartphone for Free [Grooveshark]

tombenger: Grooveshark's New HTML5 Mobile Webapp Streams Music to Your Smartphone for Free [Grooveshark] | Web Applications on Mobile | Scoop.it

Grooveshark now offers a mobile webapp that plays music without the help of Flash, works on just about any smartphone.

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HTML5-enabled phone sales to top 1B in 2013, Articles | Mobile Business Briefing

“HTML5 has quickly become a high-growth technology that will help smartphones, feature phones, tablets, notebooks, desktop PCs, televisions and vehicles to converge in the future. HTML5 will be a pivotal technology in the growth of a multi-screen, 4G LTE cloud that is emerging for mobile operators, device makers, car manufacturers, component vendors and web app developers.”

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TeleNav - HTML5 Premium Navigation

These APIs allow you to seamlessly integrate our HTML5 navigation service, which includes full-color moving maps, audio directions, and automatic rerouting if the driver misses a turn
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Hybrid HTML5 Apps Are Less Costly to Develop Than Native

Hybrid HTML5 Apps Are Less Costly to Develop Than Native | Web Applications on Mobile | Scoop.it
It seems like a fairly straightforward question: As a developer, business and enterprise, do I develop Web apps, native apps or some combination thereof? Answers to that question ...
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From hypertext to hyperdevices - W3C Blog

From hypertext to hyperdevices - W3C Blog | Web Applications on Mobile | Scoop.it

“As the Web gains more and more access to the specific capabilities of these devices (touch interactions, geolocation, accelerometer, and many more), not only does it become a platform of choice to develop applications targeted at these devices, but it also creates new form of interactions across these devices that were not possible previously, the emergence of what I would call hyperdevices”

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