MEF Middle East Webinar – HTML5 vs Native Apps

Topic: HTML5 vs. Native Apps in defining mobile application strategies

Date: Wednesday 14th December

Time: 14:00 (UAE)
Join us next week for a MEF Middle east webinar discussion examining the different approaches to mobile applications afforded by HTML5 and native applications.
There has been increased discussion around HTML5 in recent months prompting content publishers to question and rethink their mobile application strategies. While many tend to revert to building native apps as a tried and tested solution, there is another camp supporting HTML5 development due to the benefits provided by an immediate cross OS platform.

During this topical MEF ME Webinar, expert panellists will explore the differences, positives and negatives of both native apps and HTML5 in the development of mobile application strategies, providing insights into the issues of security and privacy of both platforms, as well as discussing their potential profitability and overall consumer experience.
Confirmed speakers for this free MEF webinar include;
• Eric Morhenn, Director of Strategic Alliances – Qtel Group
• Terence Eden, Developer Community Manager – InMobi
• Dr. Adel Al-Hezmi, Solution Architect – QUWIC
• Moderator – David Ashford, investor, consultant and formerly GM of AppsArabia.
Check out the MEF website for more information, or contact the MEF Middle East General Manager, George Daaboul directly.

Sign up for the Webinar

Comments

  1. HI

    I think you may also be interested in the following blog post:
    http://blog.magicsoftware.com/2011/12/html5-vs-native-future-of-enterprise.html

  2. Hi
    Count me in !

    I found a great chart providing some explanation regarding HTML5 compatibility on mobile and tablet browsers:
    http://blog.magicsoftware.com/2011/12/html5-vs-native-future-of-enterprise.html

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