Is HTML5 about to make a comeback?

The web is losing and apps are winning. At least that’s what the most recent data from Flurry says - 86% of time on mobile devices is spent in an app other than the browser, up from 80% last year.

HTML5 performance is fine, what we are missing is tools

HTML5 is perceived as a lower quality platform, mainly because of performance. This comes both as a result of survey data, as well as developer interviews. Yet, industry experts claim the problem is lack of tools. So what is the HTML5 really missing, performance or tools? VisionMobile's Web Technology Lead, and author of our acclaimed research report, debates the performance vs. tools issue.