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There are so many better ways to do HTML5 and HTML5/native hybrid apps these days. It's every bit as good as Facebook's mobile app but it makes heavy use of HTML5.
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This makes the idea of having an app as a simple web-wrapper much harder to accomplish.
Gone are the days when you sent a GET and got an html document back, the most interactive element of which was a textarea box.It seems 'mobile apps' are like Flash was in the 90's, basically a way to take full control over the UX to achieve some particular goal.Given the preponderance of such apps it seems as if home screens are due for a make over that looks more like i Pod music libraries than 'desktop.' Basically something which supports dozens if not hundreds of apps on a device.One wonders if performance could be solve by open-sourcing flash. I think Flash was created in the 90s to make up for the lack of interface possibilities on the web.In contrast, mobile apps are created to both enhance the user experience and focus the user on a smaller functional set.
In contrast, mobile apps are created to both enhance the user experience and focus the user on a smaller functional set."Do you somehow think Flash people didn't believe Flash was being used to "enhance the user experience"?