Eguide: The hybrid approach to mobile application development
sponsored by Microsoft

Native mobile app development is often costly and time consuming, in large part because the apps are built to run on specific mobile devices and operating systems.  To combat these challenges, many developers are turning to hybrid app development, in which Java code, Javascript, and HTML5 are combined to create mobile applications.

This does not uncomplicate everything, however, as the hybrid approach raises questions as to which parts of an application should be developed using browser-based technologies and which features should be developed using native code.

This expert e-guide will help you address those critical questions and much more.  Get insight into how your development team can end up benefiting from a hybrid development approach, and learn the unique skills and employees that your team will have to assemble for a successful project.

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