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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?

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