Deep Fried Bytes: Mobile Web Is Not What The Other Guys Say It Is

Deep Fried Bytes

In this episode, Keith and Woody sit down with Chris Love to discuss the merits and future of the Mobile Web. Chris shares his insight and vision on why developers should prepare and develop mobile web apps using HTML5 instead of create native mobile apps.Thanks to our guest this episode

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In this episode, Keith and Woody sit down with Chris Love to discuss the merits and future of the Mobile Web. Chris shares his insight and vision on why developers should prepare and develop mobile web apps using HTML5 instead of create native mobile apps.

Thanks to our guest this episode

ChrisLove

Chris Love has been professionally developing for nearly 20 years. He has architected and developed solutions for several hundred manufacturing, startups, banking, small businesses and enterprise customers in that time. Currently he is Tellago’s Mobility Practice lead and works on Tellago Studios projects as well as consulting with customers relating to mobile and web solutions.

Chris is a 4 time ASP.NET MVP award winner and is a member of the ASP Insiders group. He regularly blogs, tweets and speaks at user groups, code camps and just about anywhere else that will have him and he can fit in his schedule. He has also authored a pair of ASP.NET books for Wiley Press.

He specializes in creating modern web solutions leveraging jQuery, ASP.NET, HTML5 and Service Oriented Architecture. Mobile has become his passion in recent years as the growth and opportunities in the mobile market allow him a vast new world to explore and innovate.

Chris' blog is at http://www.twitter.com/ChrisLove

Chris can be found on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/ChrisLove

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