mcharvat wrote:vuo wrote:Hybrid apps have terrible performance and is a very bad idea anyway.
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:Fastbook is a custom built HTML5 app and not a fully fledged framework like EXTJS, they aren't even comparable.
Surely you can run it, but as an active CRM App, it would drain the battery in a few hours as a hybrid app.
My company actually tried to create a thin-client hybrid webapp music player, but failed because we couldn't get a handle on battery usage. The built in webkit windows that are needed to access native HTML5 functionality is very limited as well as very battery-draining.
Not to mention the enormous difficulty of targeting different platforms in a single app.
mschering wrote:Thanks for all input!
Both options will result in a different interface. The demo here is just a simple prototype and is of course lacking features. A calendar would look similar to what you have now.
fischli wrote:If you do not have access or if you are not permitted to use imap and/or synchronisation tools, then you are out of focus to use those native apps by smartphone.
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