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Melissa Crooks
Melissa Crooks 13 December 2016
Categories Mobile, Technology

Why Enterprise Should Prefer HTML5 For Its App Development?

“Increasing technology innovation has explored the importance of mobile app in all business and platforms. Extending mobile presence of your business at all platforms is getting inevitable and to make such scenario comes true, HTML5 app development is definitely the best option that offers user-friendly browsing experience across multiple device.”

Mobile app development is a platform where inclusion of versatile language development results in amazing application experience. Android and iOS are the platforms which are one of the premium choices of app developers India to develop apps. But when it comes to app development, the major question that baffles app developers is: Native or Hybrid approach? With the increasing significance of business extending their mobile presence on versatile platforms, deciding development platform is quite essential. Here is where HTML5 comes into a picture. HTML5 technology that comes with cross-platform development is one of the best options to deploy apps over multiple platforms. HTML5 app development is strategy crafted to leverage best UX and features that can be adapted to various device resolutions and screen size.

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Will HTML5 Development Approach Make Sense For Your Enterprise?

There are many factors to be evaluated before confirming its suitability:

1. Development Time And Resource Constraints:

HTML5 allows developers to work with the single codebase. So they need to work with “Write once and run everywhere” approach. So, it is one of the best options for the enterprise when they are suffering from the time and resource shortage.

2. Easy Transition To Mobile Web:

If your company comprises of existing web app then, using same codebase developers can build better mobile web version faster and easier. It eliminates the need to develop an entire app separately on a different platform.

3. Subscription Model & Content Advantage:

If you have purchased any subscription model in Apple then, it would share 30% of your revenue. So, if you want to monetize your services using subscription model then, web apps would prove to be a great option rather than app stores. In the case where the prime focus of your app is content based then, HTML 5 is the best option for your app. Let's have a glimpse over,

How Would HTML5 Development Approach Benefit Us?

1. Offline Access:

HTML5 leverages the app to work in an offline manner. HTML5 based app eliminates the need to connect with network and loads data in a quick manner. So, if your business serves content in real-time scenario then you can take this advantage and can allow users to access your content during unavailability of internet connectivity.

2. Cross-Platform Compatibility:

Cross-platform access is one of the attractive benefits of HTML5 mobile app development. Whether its iPhone, Android or Windows, your app can run on all the platforms. Also, it reduces development time and cost to a greater extent.

3. Easy Video Content:

As HTML5 mobile development is inbuilt with native video support, it makes it more compatible with a varied range of smartphone device that reflect a positive impact on online visibility.

4. Competitive Development Cost:

As HTML5 allows developers to work with a single codebase and develop apps targeting multiple platforms, it is one of the best development options for enterprise that are facing budget and resources crises. Developing app in HTML5 will help enterprise to target maximum user-base on all platforms at minimum cost.

5. Auto Update Feature:

As HTML5 enabled web apps are inbuilt with remote update feature, it eliminates need to update app manually. It automatically updates the app and eliminates tedious process to update the app again & again.

To Conclude:

HTML5 development forecast us with the future market scenario where apps developed using HTML5 technology will be able to support multiple platforms. Let's see how development in this technology will be helpful to us in future.

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