Is 2012 Year of the Android?
Android has long been treated as the red headed step-child of the mobile device world. Those of us who have been using Android from the very beginning are used to having to wait for some new app that was just released for iOS, sometimes waiting months only to receive a half-baked, sometimes half-assed attempt at an Android app and be completely frustrated and disappointed over developers treating...
One ROM to Rule Them All
Leading up to the release of Android 4 (aka Ice Cream Sandwich) there was a lot of talk about fragmentation and how ICS would unify the platform. Personally I’ve never developed a strictly native Android app so I don’t know what kind of hurdles a developer might face, but there has not been many apps that I could only run on my Droid 2 Global (which incidentally is still on Android...
Hybrid HTML5 Apps Are Less Costly to Develop Than... →
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 are anything but simple. Who is your target audience? What is the purpose of the app? There are a series of diverse questions that must be answered before jumping right into development. Research firm Forrester, as is...