Last month, we released guidance on why, when, and how to build a widget. This month, we have posted a new page with guidance on how to build a mobile application.

Mobile applications come in two forms. Native applications are what you see in the Apple or Google stores, which allow you to download applications made specifically for your device. Web-based Mobile Applications are mobile websites that provide an "application-like" experience inside a browser.

EERE programs can choose either option based on their resources and needs. The new page walks you through the pros and cons of both options.

And, as always, if you have any questions about the new content on Standards—or suggestions on how to make it better—please leave a comment here on the blog!