Let me explain.
JS Compilation in the Real World
Now I have eight examples thanks to Humble Bundle.
Games Aren't Apps
Totally agree. -- It's a link to my blog post about that exact topic.
That being said, games are highly complex software that demand high performance to work. Plus, gamers (a.k.a. the users) don't care about the tech underneath the covers, they care that the game is fun. The tech just has to work, and work well, otherwise your game sucks.
In my mind, if it can work for games, it can definitely work for apps.
What Business Apps Should Learn
Nothing dramatic should change other than the way you think about going cross-platform or web-based or both with your existing code base.
Take your current product or project roadmap, and start considering that you can take your code and port it to the web. It's been done for code much more complicated than your LOB code, so really consider it.
It's Not That Easy
Of course it isn't. I never said it was.
And that is why the Humble Mozilla Bundle is Awesome.
Thanks for playing. ~ DW