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HTML5 Development – When native won’t work

HTML5 Development for content rich appsHTML5 Development

HTML5 Development involves a promising platform power-packed with a collection of technologies including API’s for developing web and mobile applications that are automatically supported across different browsers and platforms.  Stack Agility’s HTML5 development team  can enrich your applications with most of the powerful features of smartphones —  such as geo-location services, drag and drop editing, user-interface, charts, diagrams, multimedia and much more — sometimes at a fraction of the cost of native development.

HTML5 is a combination of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript which helps designers build interesting and highly functional websites and applications with a common code base across all platforms.  The idea is “Write Once / Deploy Anywhere”.

Advantages of HTML5 Development:

  • Consistent code across different browsers, platforms, and devices
  • Advanced client-server communication channel
  • Offline storage capabilities
  • Huge storage capacity
  • Enhanced context menus
  • Use of advanced UI components
  • Plug-ins
  • Supported by all mobile browsers
  • Supports rich multimedia contents and animations
  • Geo-location services

Games can be also developed with rich video and animation features, and HTML5 supports offline playing and supports local storage. HTML5 exhibits many new features and standards and we exploit the capabilities of HTML5 to the maximum where appropriate.

Contact Stack Agility now if you’re interested in learning more about HTML5 Development, or download our white paper explaining how native stacks up against HTML5.