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With mobile devices increasingly being used to access information by consumers and within enterprises, developers are expected to increasingly weigh the pros and cons of HTML5 versus native application development for their respective usage. This industry overview shows that while HTML5 adoption is slow, interest is growing and opportunities are opening for hybrid apps that blend HTML5 with native features.

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