Heavy usually means more feature complete and if all of the system parts only need to load ONCE, then it's not an issue.searchco wrote:I would choose for the html5 option, mostly for performance reasons. The other option seems heavy and slower. If you use GO heavily like we do, performance is a key issue.
Hybrid apps have terrible performance and is a very bad idea anyway.mcharvat wrote:You know my opinion HTML 5 UI is big change for most of customers you have.
With ExtJS 6 you simply need create universal app to support all devices - classic toolkit for desktop/touch panels, modern toolkit for tablets/mobiles.
ExtJS 5 could also run on mobiles (with IE11, Chrome, Safari browsers) but as you wrote app is too heavy and UI is simply too big.
Don't forget ExtJS 6 have GPL license !! When you create app that uses GPL you cannot release it on Apple Store.
Did you see comparation between hybrid Sencha's Fastbook and native Facebook app? Both were compared on iPhone 4 and you didnt have any chance to know which was which - maybe fastbook was a bit faster. In these days mobiles have more memory and faster CPU so I guess when you create app with good architecture you dont have performance issues.vuo wrote:Hybrid apps have terrible performance and is a very bad idea anyway.
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