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Native app vs HTML5

Discussion in 'Android App Developers' started by kornett, Apr 24, 2013.

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    I know the idea is to have an app available to the most users, and that could be done with a crossplatform app based on HTML5, but still native apps have are preferred by users... should I keep trying to make my app on HTML5 or just focus on a single platform?

    Any comments would be appreciated :p
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    Is it a web based app, or a standalone app? Are you planning to call the HTML5 from withing the Java framework, or embed it in a URL remotely?