Stop and think for a minute — where would mobility be today without the developer revolution?

Without the miraculous combining of almost the entirety of humanity’s knowledge, creativity and understanding with a sleek, portable and amazingly navigable key to experience it all, you might as well be holding a garage door opener in your hand. Enter those who code.

HTML, JavaScript and CSS have long been recruited as sturdy web client-side programming languages, the domain of the web browser. Coding to target the web client — essentially a web browser — has proven a sound strategy for making “one-size-fits-all” content for the array of desktops, laptops, tablets, ultrabooks, phablets and smartphones on which that content might be consumed. Web applications provide a user interface for all platforms that can muster a web browser.

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