As mobile technology proves to be disruptive in nature, it is being considered “The Strategy” and not just an add-on to existing enterprise ecosystem. We believe great mobile products are created, never ported.
HTML5 and jQuery Mobile
The main purpose of the jQuery Mobile library is enabling cross-platform, cross-device, and cross-browser programming of mobile websites. It shares the same architecture and programming
of browsers. A significant part of the jQuery codebase will deal with browser compatibilities and performs tricks to ensure that users get nearly the same experience regardless of the browser.
HTML5 marks the beginning of the third age of the web, in which HTML advances at a brisk pace toward becoming a true and full-fledged application delivery format. HTML5 is not limited to presentation;
it also provides a slew of new functionalities for web and other types of applications.
The big change is that HTML5 is about client-side programming and about building applications that
can run within the browser with limited (or no) interaction with the back end.
PhoneGap is built around an effective idea: you build a local HTML5 application, and the framework packages it as a native application for