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chen young
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Joined: Sep 09, 2005
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I intend to write mobile application that will run on android and iphone ,the application will need to synchronize the data from time to time with the server.
When I started to investigate which technology is appropriate for this task and its looks like HTML5 will do the job.
I notice that there are 2 major frameworks for mobile native application: and and I don’t know what to decide.

Has anybody had any experience with those two?
I will be much appreciated too here about any impression.
Which one do you think it’s more easy to develop and it’s also working on both mobiles?

It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
subject: native application
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