When it comes to developing applications, analyst firms have long considered HTML5 to be the future – a view which many a native developer doesn’t necessarily share.

Mobile Business Briefing now quotes Strategy Analytics with a dissenting opinion:

“HTML5 is not the future of apps. While developers dream of ‘write once run everywhere,’ the fragmented support for and limited APIs within HTML5 make this impossible. In fact, we predict the hybrid app is the future”, said Strategy Analytics director of apps research Josh Martin.

Not much to add here – what do you think?

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