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Those who create responsive design for iPhone may be aware of the viewport scaling bug in iPhone Safari. The bug occurs when you set the viewport width to device-width and rotate the phone to landscape view.
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Web Development for the iPhone: Targeting the iPhone Safari browser Developing for the iPhone Also check out Creating native looking iPhone web apps with CSS3 (no images) .
The iPhone 4 features a vastly superior display resolution (614400 pixels) over previous iPhone models, containing quadruple the 153600-pixel display of the iPhone 3GS.
Four years ago, (eight months before the original iPhone was announced) Dave Hyatt wrote about high DPI web sites on the Surfin’ Safari blog:
So, um, maybe you heard: there’s a new iPhone out. For my money (and I shelled out plenty for it), the phone’s best feature is the new “Retina display,” the eye-popping high-resolution screen.
For three generations of the iPhone, Apple kept the screen consistent (320x480 pixels and 3.5 inches diagonal).
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Durante lo sviluppo di App o Web App per dispositivi come iPod Touch , iPhone e iPad è necessario seguire alcune convenzioni dovute alle dimensioni dello schermo, la risoluzione, la grandezza della status bar, ecc. iOS Design Cheat Sheet è una raccolta delle specifiche più importanti, e permette a programmatori e web designer di avere sempre a portata di mano tutte queste informazioni in un unico documento. iOS Cheat Sheet
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.
With both iOS and Android-driven devices using WebKit as their browser's rendering engine, web developers have many advantages: A rendering engine with capable of flawless CSS animations A rendering engine that's fast... very fast A rendering engine that's modern and forward-thinking These advantages allow us to create web apps within that browser that look as good as native applications.
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