A new generation of hybrid applications that bridge the gap between Web-based HTML5 and native-device development should dominate by 2016, according to a Gartner forecast. "The [Bring Your Own Device] trend and the increased pressure on organizations to deploy mobile applications to accommodate mobile work styles of employees will lead businesses to manage a portfolio of mobile application architectures, and hybrid architectures will be especially well-suited to business-to-employee applications," Gartner's Van Baker, says.
Gartner: BYOD will drive hybrid apps to dominate by 2016
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