LC and webviews
ambassador at fourthworld.com
Mon Jun 13 18:16:09 CEST 2016
Lyn Teyla wrote:
> You can create any sort of polished UI that can be accomplished using
> web views, and use Angular, Bootstrap, and other established
> web-based UI frameworks to speed up the process.
> You can place your UI code on a server and update it on the fly.
We can do that with downloadable stacks now. Most apps I've built for
the last few years live on a server, with the standalone containing only
enough code to know where to download the first one.
But as for the benefits of JS/HTML/CSS, yes and double-yes.
Fully-native apps are great for when you need access to hardware
features not supported in the browser.
But those are relatively few, and once you become proficient with
frameworks like Angular a whole new world opens up where you can choose
between native apps, Web apps, or a mix of either, depending on the
needs of the project at hand.
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