Topic: hybrid apps

SD Times news digest: Oculus reveals hybrid apps, Sauce Labs’ iOS and Android native test automation frameworks, and data.world’s $12 million round of funding

Oculus revealed it is trying to merge traditional PC apps and VR together with a new experimental technology. The company made the announcement at its Oculus Connect 5 (OC5) event in San Jose this week. According to the company, Hybrid Apps will help developers migrate traditional desktop apps to virtual reality and leverage Dash’s virtual … continue reading

The state of mobile: Exciting times, exploding choices

These days, everyone has a best friend: Their smartphone. “On the Web, personalization is a constant struggle, whereas on mobile it’s pretty accurate,” said Nancy Hua, cofounder and CEO of Apptimize, a mobile A/B testing platform. “You know everything they’ve ever done. You also know their context at that moment: Are they on the go? … continue reading

Analyst Watch: The mobile app development debate

Over the past few years, I’ve handled hundreds of client inquiries on mobile app development approaches. The most common? “Should we go with a native development approach, use HTML5, or go hybrid?” The answer I give (“It depends”) isn’t simply an analyst’s cop-out. Legitimate reasons drive development teams to choose one (or more) approaches to … continue reading

A virtual 3D haptic shape that can be seen and touched, and a new framework for hybrid mobile apps—SD Times news digest: Dec. 4, 2014

A team of computer scientists from the University of Bristol in the U.K. is working on new technology that uses ultrasound to develop a virtual 3D haptic shape that can be seen and touched. The research could change how 3D shapes are used and could help advance virtual reality innovation. “Touchable holograms, immersive virtual reality … continue reading

Guest View: Why hybrid app developers should love the new iOS 8

Exciting news coming from WWDC for all HTML5 hybrid app developers, notably for Cordova and PhoneGap. Apple’s iOS 8 has a new browser engine called WKWebView. As the name implies, this is a real Webkit-based view that can substitute for the traditional UIWebView. Browser engines allow mobile app developers to embed Web content into their … continue reading

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