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Finally Heard … “Sanity” in Mobile Application Development

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Finally, a refreshing, and sane way to look at the mobile app development in Dan Kim’s, “Myth debunking: WebViews suck, everything should be native” blog post. Thank you Basecamp. Agree wholeheartedly: You don’t need to be pure native or have 60fps on every

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Posted in Android App Development, AngularJS, Finding a Mobile/Web Developer, HTML5 Apps, Hybrid Apps, IOS App Development

Hybrid Mobile Apps and where Material Design Fits In

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I found this article by John McMahon, Starter Inc. very insightful about where Material Design fits into the “battle” of Hybrid mobile development. Ultimately, the weight of native mobile application development is too much… too expensive, too time consuming and

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Posted in Finding a Mobile/Web Developer, HTML5 Apps, Hybrid Apps, Mobile-Optimized Web Sites

Observation: Mobile is Looking more like the Web

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It’s funny. The Web just can’t be kept down, and it’s spirit and character are still alive. But things are definitely different after the mobile revolution started. Here’s a few things I’m seeing: Developers are worn out trying to make

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Posted in Android App Development, HTML5 Apps, Hybrid Apps, IOS App Development

Why I like Adobe AIR

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Neptune Web recently submitted an entry to the MassDOT Developer’s Challenge. You can read about our entry, T-on-Time, at http://www.t-on-time.com/. We chose to develop the application using Adobe AIR, for the following reasons; We wanted a widget style format, because

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Posted in HTML5 Apps, Hybrid Apps