Press, a new RSS reader for Android developed by Twentyfive Squares, is a serious breath of fresh air in the Play Store. While there are a lot of options for RSS on Android, none of them have really matched something like Reeder for iOS, with its simple, functional, and attractive design — the official Google Reader app is laughably spartan, Reader HD is functional but clunky, and Feedly looks good but gets bogged down in an overwrought UI.
Although Facebook has in the past championed HTML5 with its Developer Center, September 2012 saw the company rally against the technology. CEO Mark Zuckerberg called Facebook's bet on HTML5 "one of the biggest mistakes, if not the biggest strategic mistake that we've made", and a Facebook engineer subsequently detailed issues the company had in making its HTML5-based app for iOS.Sencha is a company that also made a bet on the web, "took offence" to Zuckerberg's comment – and didn't believe HTML5 was the reason for the old Facebook app's poor performance. Putting its money where its mouth is, the company subsequently authored tech demo Fastbook, to prove HTML5 was ready for large-scale app use.
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