Tip for solving poor rendering on mobile browsers by setting the viewport metatag
Two interlinked developments with the very cool Phonegap mobile framework First, Nitobi, the developers of Phonegap are being acquired by Adobe Next, Phonegap is being submitted as a project of the Apache foundation: I think this is good news for developers –
Considering the question of native vs web for mobile applications, a popular response that emerges is “both”. Using a hybrid web-native approach such as that used with Blackberry Webworks or the popular Phonegap platform, gives us the best of both
The closed nature of developing enterprise applications to which we are accustomed is being pressured by the increasing expectation of openness. This is happening largely to the advent of the app store as a delivery mechanism for enterprise apps. Developing
I was recently evaluating options for performance testing the back-end systems of mobile apps under a variety of load conditions. Other than the stalwarts (usual suspects?) of Selenium, Apache JMeter or commercial offerings from IBM or HP, it occurred to me that Node.js
Musings about mobile technology and applications.