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Comments (36)

  1. December 9, 2010
    Branden Faulls said...

    localStorage and browser based SQL are quantum leaps forward for mobile application builds. But those of us at the coal-face of this new style of development are already yearning for in-built mechanisms for dealing with the sort of concurrency problems outlined here.

    The next step in this evolution is undoubtedly going to be the embedding of by-the-web/for-the-web managed NoSQL solutions like CouchDB which handle these sorts of data synchronisation issues by design.

    Great post and really useful illustration.

  2. December 9, 2010
    Ronan Cremin said...

    While I agree that app-like sites offer some great advantages for both user and developer, I wonder how quick and how extensive the transition from doc-like sites to app-like sites will be? We’ve had first-class examples of app-like sites for at least 6 years now (an eternity in web time) in the form of Gmail and Google Maps, and yet I can think of only a handful of really popular sites that are predominantly app-like today (new Twitter, Facebook) — the vast majority are still doc-like in their makeup.

    The advent of smarter frameworks such as Sencha, backbone.js and SpoutCore will undoubtedly help ease developers into this new world but I can’t help but feel that save for light AJAX touches here and there, doc-like sites will remain the dominant paradigm for the time being. There will be exceptions to this of course, specially in the mobile world where we’re finally seeing the demise of the iPhone monoculture, and app-makers will increasingly see HTML5 apps as their passport to cross-platform nirvana.

  3. December 10, 2010
    Stephen Stewart said...

    I agree with Ronan, doc like will be the predominant model because the step from doc to app in terms of web sites is fairly large and acts as a not insignificant barrier to web developers as a whole. I’ll also add that the advantages of web based apps seem to have been embraced by the investment banking world (amongst others) so I forsee a very clear financial (in terms of reward) and educational (in terms of training) divide between the two kinds of developer, not least because once you start developing web apps at that level you usually forgo frameworks (not always for the right reasons, I might add) and have to start from scratch. Professionally I think the road forks here, so to speak, and I would recast the final paragraph of the article in that light.

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    Stephen Kaiser said...

    Thanks for the nice write-up, James. What about things like CouchDB to solve the data-synch/replication issues? It’s document-oriented and it seems like its real strength (replication) is what you were expressing the most concern about. And people are doing some amazing things with it –

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