Wednesday, 30 August, 2017 UTC


Faris Sweis is senior vice president and general manager of the developer tooling business at Progress.
Today, enterprise developers have an enormous number of frameworks at their disposal to build mobile applications. A popular approach is to use a framework such as Apache Cordova to build “hybrid” mobile apps, which allow developers to leverage web development skills and still tap native smartphone features like geolocation and the accelerometer. However, because hybrid frameworks replace native user interfaces with HTML, they often don’t deliver native or even consistent performance.
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