As we modify our infrastructure to support ‘Direct-Delivery’ mechanisms, older (but now standard utilized concepts) become re-explored. Much of it is whether to implement additional ‘Device-Application’ layers or if the entire Genetic-makeup of all dynamic-content should be loaded (and shelled) in the web-browser. The most secondary argument is whether these innovations service the long-term suggestion of financial-gains for the executed content within these Parent, Child, and extended-family architecture deployments.
The TAKEO TAMA perspective for entertainment-media is that we foresee the need to consistently have cross-browser, compatible offerings vs. device specific functions which introduce further steps between the material-origin and the person accessing the content.
We haven’t changed our minds on this core-competency but sometimes wonder if singularly implemented experiments would expand upon any gains possible.