Thanks to mobile phones, we have moved from virtually no one having access to information, to virtually everyone having access to all the vast resources of the web. This is arguably the most important achievement of our generation. Despite its importance, the mobile web is in its infancy. Physical, technical, financial, and political forces have created platform fragmentation like never before, and it’s going to get worse before it gets better.
For most developers, it just isn’t feasible to maintain separate code-bases for each platform-specific version of their app. Fortunately, advances in HTML5 and related technology have created an environment where a single code-base can run on all of the major mobile platforms.
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