Developer says HTML5 performance is ‘horrible’ [video]

by David Needle

December 24 2012

Tristan Louis is co-founder and president of Keepskor, a developer platform for user-generated games on mobile devices and social networks.


Tristan Louis

There’s nothing like the voice of experience to put a damper on a highly-touted technology. Just ask tech blogger and developer Tristan Louis who said his firm “wasted about a year of our time, going down the HTML5 path.”

Speaking at the recent TabletBiz conference in New York, Louis, founder of Keepskor, said “HTML5 is great on paper and has a lot of potential -- in the future.”

What’s missing? What has to happen to improve HTML5? Why are native apps better today? Check out this video clip below from the TabletBiz conference to hear more.

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Tristan Louis is co-founder and president of Keepskor, a developer platform for user-generated games on mobile devices and social networks.
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