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PhoneGap (and later Adobe PhoneGap & Apache Cordova) emerged back in 2009 as a major evolution in app development. It allowed web developers like myself to reapply their web skills to create native mobile experiences for Android, iOS, and other platforms. In fact, I’ve been a long-time PhoneGap developer that loves the platform’s power and […]

When it comes to hybrid app development, there are often some lingering misconceptions among those who are less familiar with the landscape. Also, many of the worries that persist about hybrid app dev were born out of issues that arose in its infancy stages, but no longer apply as much to the technology today. Thankfully, […]

There’s a fundamental flaw in the way we define a good mobile experience today. The talk is almost always about performance. Faster load times! Smooth scrolling! Sure, all that’s great and it does make for a nice mobile app experience. But the definition is too narrow. It’s all about what happens inside the mobile app. […]