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The Final Decision: Let's Build a Web App
Given that this app doesn't need to access device hardware or charge a fee for accessing the app, given that the user
base is not predictably using any particular device, and that there is an absolute requirement for Internet connectivity
for audience-to-presenter communications, it makes the most sense for our app to be built as a web app.
In this chapter, you learned the benefits and pitfalls of building both native apps and web apps. Because there's no
right or wrong answer, app developers need to consider each project individually to determine which approach will
best benefit them.
In the next chapter, we'll get into the down and dirty details of the app to make sure we have all our ducks in
a row before we start coding.