Wednesday, November 16, 2011

It Appears the Future of Mobile Apps is in the Hands of HTML

I was doing an article for a client when I found out that the future of mobile apps and browsing Internet is in the hands of HTML5, which is now the standard programming language. Because of this, as of November 9, 2011 Adobe is no longer create flash players for mobile browser.

The article you see at the link below focuses more on real estate. However, the content in this publication also refers to mobile apps in general and how mobile PC usage will surpass desktop usage. 

The future of mobile apps and the mobile Web | Inman News:

'via Blog this'

Oh...and I should tell you that the above article reference is not one that I wrote. I just thought I'd store it here in case I want to look at it again later.

1 comment:

  1. I think it will be true but it will take some time. Accords to Mobile apps it is right. Programming language like Artificial Intelligence, Android, Java, have also covers good market.

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