“In the interim period, apps will be very successful,” said Jay Sullivan, vice president of Mozilla’s mobile division, in an interview with PC Pro. “Over time, the web will win because it always does.” Google, with its investment in Web-based operating systems, is behind this too, and stresses how much money companies and users can save by going to the cloud. (No mention of the privacy lost however.)

So should mobile developers be learning objective-C (used for native iPhone apps) or HTML 5 + JavaScript (used for any old Web apps)?

“In the interim period, apps will be very successful,” said Jay Sullivan, vice president of Mozilla’s mobile division, in an interview with PC Pro. “Over time, the web will win because it always does.” Google, with its investment in Web-based operating systems, is behind this too, and stresses how much money companies and users can save by going to the cloud. (No mention of the privacy lost however.)

So should mobile developers be learning objective-C (used for native iPhone apps) or HTML 5 + JavaScript (used for any old Web apps)?

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