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  1. Hi all, Ok so I am learning how to code HTML5 along with Javascript and the cool Canvas element. Still very much a newbie so constantly scratching my head but slowly getting there... Anyways, the plan is to make an HTML5 game and then port it to various smart phones and sell the game apps through the respective Apple and Android (and possibly Blackberry now, thanks to the cool Z10) stores. I assume everyone kinda has this in mind rather than just having games up for free to play online, as after all mobile gaming is a great industry. So the question is, has anyone used the various software out there and which ones did you find work the best for creating a great game that performed how you wanted it to? The main ones I know of are PhoneGap and Appcelerator but I saw a thread on here and someone mentioned CocoonJS. Not heard of that one. Another question would be is native code (Objective-C) still better than these HTML5/CSS3/JavaScript builds or are they pretty much catching up now that its an even trade off to stick with your web coding skills rather than hire developers and such?