Is HTML language useful for developing a mobile apps?
I want to develop mobile website but i am too much confused about HTML language so
Is HTML language useful for developing a mobile apps? If not then why is it not used? and if yes then why is it yes?
Too much confused so please help me out...
no the HTML language is not useful for developing the site. by the way the devlopment of mobile depends upon its requirement. but i'll prefer the c and c++ for the development of mobile app. java, c# is also good for mobile app. why you shouldn't use the HTML? the reason behind that it's good for the web design or development for pages of site that's why it doesn't work perfectly at moblie.
Building a website with HTML/CSS using media queries and fluid grid design the answer is yes, but strictly developing web applications the answer is no.
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It depends on requirements for your application. For example:
- If as better as possible performance is needed,than a low level language like,Assembler, C or C++, has to be used
- If as better as possible UI is needed,than a high level language, like Java, C# or Visual Basic, has to be used
It is recommended that a prototype of the application and its UIis designed with a high level language.
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Oh thank you for sharing huge information on developing a mobile apps but which is good c or c++ for developing a mobile apps?
Originally Posted by vsoftinc
Web widgets and apps are entirely different and cannot be written in HTML. They are executable code that is generally downloaded via a web site. They were/are used to provide an enhanced user experience over limited bandwidth connections, and with low-power devices. As mobile bandwidths and processing power increase, there is/will be less need for mobile-specific code. Hopefully we will see a convergence between mobile and conventional platforms, which, to some extent is already happening.
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