Those words come from Dave Hakkens, the creator of Phonebloks, a grassroots community united by the desire to see modular phones become a reality.


Native or non-native this is the problem.

So you’ve decided to create a mobile application. Whether it is an extension of an existing digital offering (like a website) or a killer stand-alone app, there is a fundamental decision that needs to be made right away that will play a crucial role in the long-term success of the endeavor: whether it will be built as a “native” or “web-based” app.

If you are in trouble read this.


Google brings Chrome apps to Android and iOS

Google Chrome's logo is seen at Google's

Google today launched Chrome apps for Android and iOS. The company is offering an early developer preview of a toolchain based on Apache Cordova, an open-source mobile development framework for building native mobile apps using HTML, CSS and JavaScript. Developers can use the tool to wrap their Chrome app with a native application shell that enables them to distribute it via Google Play and Apple’s App Store. Read more here .