The outburst of the mobile development has sparked up a sense of debate over the best options for developing applications that give consumers and employees of whatever they expect of; it may be access to the content they need whenever and wherever they want it. In2012, the year for HTML5 used all the latest protocols to define the content and layout of web pages through various browsers as seen by the internet figures. There have been many reasons to go native and clear; and many developers are indeed walking on that route. Some of the comparisons are listed below:
Read full blog – Native App Performance – The platform that has always provided the best look and feel
Getting an app tested on Android or iOS does not have much difference. The actual procedure that it takes for testing an app in both the platforms is the same, and similar is the end result too. But the difference can be pointed out only when we have a deeper look into the whole procedure.
The reason why Android stand apart is because of it has a lot of possibilities. The devices which iOS works are iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. Though these devices are almost common in features, the factors that make them different are the memory size, pixel density, screen resolution and speed of the processor.
Read full blog – The Options for Testing on Android’s Smart Platform.