The act of various people moving to native applications on iOS, away from previous implementations using HTML5 and technologies like PhoneGap got various people talking about the pros and cons of each approach.
Look and feel and performance are things that often come up in this conversation, and Anatomy of a Native Feeling HTML5 iOS App is a nice little rundown of things you can do to improve both of these aspects. However, if that doesn’t interest you, then the post reads pretty well as a mini best practices guide for good development of a mobile application in HTML5.
One problem I have with the post is the application used by the author to demonstrate this. Another check-splitting app? Really?
Tags: iOS, Mobile Development