And this just in:Why HTML is still not ready for prime timehttp://www.businessinsider.com/bii-report-why-html5-is-still-not-ready-for-prime-time-2012-9
Still more:HTML5 isn't workinghttp://www.dailyfinance.com/2012/09/25/developers-think-facebook-is-doomed/"King explains there are two flawed assumptions about HTML5 that hold it back in mobile. The first is the hopes that standards bodies will move quickly to integrate all the various features and functions included in today's mobile devices. The second goes hand-in-hand with the first -- namely, the notion that hardware vendors will stop innovating new features to be tapped. In essence, HTML5 is too slow to catch up with functionalities that consumers expect of their mobile devices, and simply can't catch up with the rate of hardware innovation."
HTML5 still can't get a break....http://tabtimes.com/news/ittech-stats-research/2012/09/26/study-app-developers-are-happy-working-ios-and-android-don-t"Developers ranked their satisfaction with nearly every feature of HTML5 as ‘neutral to ‘dissatisfied’, including user experience, performance, monetization, fragmentation, and security. The developers were more happy with the cross-development capabilities of the technology, however."
http://www.infoworld.com/d/the-industry-standard/developers-ios-down-html5-203393"A just-released survey of more than 5,000 developers put another massive dent in in HTML5's reputation as a development platform for mobile apps, locking in its reputation as one of the most overhyped technologies in years."
http://www.businessinsider.com/bii-report-why-facebook-defriended-html5-for-now-2012-9"In a new report from BI Intelligence, we explain why Facebook decided to abandon HTML5 for the time being, analyze the state of HTML5 and native apps, and detail why it may take even longer for HTML5 to win out than previously thought."
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