Definitions for "Native application"
An application whose executable code is in the instruction set architecture of the CPU See also: PowerPC application
A native application is an application written in or compiled to the machine code for the particular processor of the OCAP 1.0 device. Typically, it is written in C, C++, or assembly language and may be supplied with the OCAP implementation or downloaded over the cable.
The software application (e.g. Microsoft Excel) that was used to create the file (e.g. xls).
an obvious choice, but then we have to have expertese in multiple platforms (or anger users of platforms we choose not to support), and we have to hand out an installer - absolutely unacceptable to some users, particularly in the enterprise
A program that is compatible with the microprocessor of a computer.