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Mobile websites have come a long way, but if you want to take full advantage of a smartphone's hardware, or get listed in the iTunes App Store, you need to compile your code. In this tutorial, we'll show you how to create a mobile web app with an iPhone look and feel using jQTouch, then turn it into a native iPhone app using Phonegap. No Objective-C necessary. Tutorial Details Program: PhonegapVersion: 0.80Difficulty: IntermediateEstimated Completion Time: 1 hour Requirements The Easiest Way to Build your First iPhone App

The Easiest Way to Build your First iPhone App

Setting Up Photoshop For Web, App and iPhone Development - Smashing ... Setting Up Photoshop For Web, App and iPhone Development - Smashing ... Advertisement Most people who have designed websites or apps in Photoshop will, at one point or another, have had issues trying to match colors in images to colors generated by HTML, CSS or code. This article aims to solve those problems once and for all. Color Management to Match Colors Across Multiple Devices
Making a webapp for the iPhone is a lot like making a normal web site, but with a few quirks to abide by. In this article, I'll give you a wide variety of tips, covering things such as: "must-haves", usability guidelines, testing/debugging, pitfalls, and performance issues. I hope you enjoy it! WebApps vs. Native Apps 10 Tips for New iPhone Developers - Nettuts+ 10 Tips for New iPhone Developers - Nettuts+