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Blur the Lines: How to write web apps that look native.

Blur the Lines: How to write web apps that look native.

This is a brief deck to go along with my proposal for SXSW 2014.

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Rob Tarr

July 28, 2013
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  1. Rob Tarr Blur the Lines: Write web apps that look

    native
  2. Blur the Lines: Write web apps that look native Who’s

    Your Audience?
  3. There are some advantages to a native app

  4. A few native app cons ‣ Limited to certain devices

    - iOS vs. Android ‣ Approval processes ‣ Delay in pushing out updates ‣ Some users don’t upgrade
  5. A few web app cons ‣ Limited performance ‣ Limited

    access to APIs ‣ Nobody backing the app saying it’s safe ‣ Publicity
  6. Some things to keep in mind: ‣ Browser quirks -

    position: fixed - weird support for some features ‣ New APIs - Geolocation - Battery - Camera
  7. ‣ Touch events ‣ Speed - AppCache - JS Performance

    Some things to keep in mind:
  8. Let’s Build an App!

  9. Blur the Lines: Write web apps that look native

  10. THANKS! @robtarr tarr@heysparkbox.com