The Mobile Web and Apps von Eduonix Learning Solutions

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Über den Vortrag

Der Vortrag „The Mobile Web and Apps“ von Eduonix Learning Solutions ist Bestandteil des Kurses „Mobile Internet“. Der Vortrag ist dabei in folgende Kapitel unterteilt:

  • Introduction
  • What is the Mobile App? and Advantages
  • Mobile Browsing Trends
  • Mobile Website vs. Apps
  • Web Apps vs. Native Apps
  • What is a native App? and Advantages
  • Where Phone Gap comes in?

Dozent des Vortrages The Mobile Web and Apps

 Eduonix Learning Solutions

Eduonix Learning Solutions

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Eduonix creates and distributes high quality technology training content. The team of industry professionals have been training manpower for more than a decade. Eduonix aims to teach technology the way it is used in industry and professional world. The expertness of the professional team of trainers ranges from Mobility, Web to Enterprise as well as Database and Server Administration.


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... Internet services from a mobile device such as a smartphone or a tablet. Using mobile devices to browse the web is becoming increasingly ...

... the last 12 months and has tripled in ...

... consumers are spending their money on ...

... down is because of tablet sales. Many people think a tablet is a replacement for ...

... their computers at night when they plan on getting comfortable and being online for a while. It Could Be Worse: PCs had a 14 percent drop in one quarter, then 11 ...

... of cases, the same thing as the normal website. Some developers do create a mobile layout but it’s essentially the same thing. ...

... Typically web apps would run in a browser, BUT HTML5 and frameworks like PhoneGap are changing that and allowing web apps ...

... although with technologies like PhoneGap, they can run and feel similar to native apps. ...

... instance, the iPhone runs on the iOS operating system. It’s native apps are usually built using ...

... to be updated and maintained without the need to distribute and install anything. They are built with HTML5, JavaScript and CSS, so they are much easier to create ...

... you see in the App Store or Google Play are native apps. Can seem a little more professional.

... cross-platform development, avoiding the platforms' native language. Applications execute within wrappers targeted to each platform, ...