The present and future look bright for HTML5 and MobileAppWizard.com has decided to ride the technology’s popularity wave by releasing a new HTML5 app builder. Available directly from the company’s website, the app builder not only lets users leverage the power and convenience of HTML5, but it is also free of charge. With the release, MobileAppWizard.com hopes that it can become a recognized entity in the constantly growing HTML5 arena.
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The New York Times used a 2011 article to describe HTML5 apps as being “as visually rich and lively as device specific Apps of the past.” Beyond these enriched characteristics that help to stimulate end users, the appeal of such apps comes from the fact that developers can employ HTML5’s simplified approach when it comes to code. Thanks to HTML5, the need for additional plugin software is virtually eliminated without having to sacrifice any features or functionality. Whether you’re aiming for browser applications or more entertainment related items such as animation, movies, or music, possibilities abound with HTML5.
App limitations are a thing of the past with HTML5, and this notion is reflected in various ways. For starters, smaller businesses do not need to rely on an app store to reach their target audiences. Online ads can be downloaded via an ad server for display on the Web or in apps to provide added flexibility. Lastly, ads rich in media can be viewed across various browsers and mobile devices, which is essential since many users differ in their browser preferences and the presence of mobile devices is spreading. All of these advantages are just some of the reasons that have allowed HTML5 to compete with and eventually surpass Adobe Flash.
While the benefits of HTML5 are obvious, some may still be reluctant to make the jump. MobileAppWizard.com attempts to eliminate any barriers to entry with its new HTML5 app builder. By providing the code necessary for site integration, the builder essentially turns the app building process into a simplified task of copying and pasting, making it possible for even beginners to achieve. Interactive HTML5 apps can be created with ease and embedded into websites, making them viewable in the end to users on a host of mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets, as well as across browsers.
Users interested in jumping into the HTML5 app building process can do so by visiting www.mobileappwizard.com.
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