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Mobile Boilerplate: A best practice baseline for your mobile web app

Mobile Boilerplate: A best practice baseline for your mobile web app

The Markup · h5bp/mobile-boilerplate Wiki Conditional comment for Window Phone 7 Conditional comment to add class iem7 for Window Phone 7 Mobile viewport optimization The HandheldFriendly meta-tag was used initially by older Palm and Blackberry models as well as browsers like AvantGo. Microsoft introduced the MobileOptimized tag for the PocketPC. This is more widely supported by modern smartphones, including but not limited to: iOS, Android, Palm Pre, Blackberry, Windows Phone 7. Home screen icon set For the iPhone 4 with high-resolution Retina Display For the first-generation iPad For non-Retina iPhone, iPod Touch, and Android 2.1+ devices For Nokia devices Mobile Internet Explorer ClearType Technology Mobile Internet Explorer allows us to activate ClearType technology for smoothing fonts for easy reading iOS web app Makes the web page run in full screen mode when launched from the home screen icon; also hides the address bar and component bar at the top and bottom of the browser. Styles the bar at the top of the browser

Comment penser son contenu web pour le responsive design ? 20 juin 2013 Comment penser son contenu web pour le responsive design ? La technique du responsive design permet de décliner son site Internet sur tous les types de support : smartphone, tablette, ordinateur ou télévision. Le contenu éditorial doit être adapté, non seulement à la taille de l'écran mais aussi à l'usage. Quelle méthode appliquer ? >La structure des contenus :Il s'agit de penser les contenus comme des blocs d'informations indépendants. >Les menus :La présentation des menus est essentielle pour la navigation et l'accès à l'information depuis la page d'accueil. Vous trouverez aussi des infos sur les visuels, les éléments cliquables et les fonctionnalités comme la géolocalisation. A téléchargerLivre blanc Miratech : Responsive design Commentaires Poster un commentaire

HTML 5 mobile web app from start to finish HTML 5 mobile web app from start to finish It seems that these days the first app that anyone interested in mobile apps codes is a to-do list. The market places are overflowing with to do list managers, advanced to do list tracking and so forth. The app should be simple with a basic list of tasks which are not to be done and the ability to store the tasks in local storage for the user. We're going to cover the design along with adding of custom jQuery Mobile theme swatches, and then add functionality. Mocking up the Design Open up the mobjectify editor. Create a page and give it a header with some heading like 'Not To Do'. Since the primary focus of our app is going to be the list, it makes more sense to have it full screen rather than inset. So far so good, let's link our tasks to a confirmation page asking the user whether to mark the tasks as done or not done. Click on the list items and in the 'link to' field, enter #confirm to link it to the confirm page. Add Custom theme colors

Storify. Rassembler des contenus pour présenter un enjeu Storify est un outil permettant de rassembler, sur une seule page, l’ensemble des différents types de contenu disponible sur internet. Par exemple, il est possible de lier des contenus de sites de nouvelles, de réseaux sociaux ou encore même des vidéos. Son usage est simple : à gauche de l’écran, on retrouve l’espace de «création», tandis qu’à droite on retrouve le moteur de recherche interne de Storify. Storify peut être utilisé afin de développer les différentes sous-composantes des compétences 1 et 2 du programme de Monde Comtemporain. À titre d’exemple, vous pouvez consulter ce Storify, créé dans le cadre de l’étude d’un territoire de géographie de premier cycle, et ces quelques productions d'élèves (1, 2, 3, 4, et 5) qui traitent de la gestion des déchets à Montréal. L’application est facile à prendre en main et permet d’accéder à un contenu varié assez aisément. Alexandre Joly-Lavoie, Charlotte Kiepura et Frédéric Yelle

Build Your Own Web or Mobile App In Minutes With These Cloud Based Tools It's been awhile since I've had to sit down and actually build something for the web. When I started developing websites way back in 1995 there really were not a lot of choices other than a text editor and some good old fashion trial and error. I still remember the day I received my first copy of FrontPage, not the version but the Vermeer Technologies version pre-acquisition. Later, as my company grew I began to do less and less in terms of actual development work until finally the company was acquired. Now in my new role, I'm finally getting the opportunity to explore my developer roots and explore some of the latest approaches to creating web and mobile applications. A lot has changed since 1995, literally anyone with almost no technical capabilities can crank out a web or mobile app with ease. Knack - Create online databases. Knack is an interesting platform. - Cloud-based Mobile App Builder Another very cool platform is formerly called Tiggzi. Updates

25+ Great Mobile Friendly Web Templates There are many types of mobile friendly web templates which can help you to reach one of the faste growing marketplaces today – those who use cell phones and other mobile devices to access the internet. One problem that is usually faced by most businessmen is that they find it difficult in creating the types of websites which would help them to bring their products and services before the people. With the right website having a responsive layout, you can do things easily. HTML CSS Web Templates A HTML mobile template helps you to create your desired website without hiring any web designer, especially if you have a good template. Some Mobile Website Templates to Use There are many mobile-friendly web templates that can help you to create your dream sites. Reside HTML5 Mobile Template This is a HTML5/ CSS3 web template which you will always enjoy. Boldr Mobile Retina Template Drawer Mobile Retina Web Template Moderner Mobile Retina Site Theme The Metro Mobile Retina Website Template

Finger-Friendly Design: Ideal Mobile Touchscreen Target Sizes Advertisement In darts, hitting the bulls-eye is harder to do than hitting any other part of the dartboard. This is because the bullseye is the smallest target. This same principle can also apply to touch targets on mobile devices. Smaller touch targets are harder for users to hit than larger ones. (Image credit: ogimogi) What the Mobile Platform Guidelines Say Apple’s iPhone Human Interface Guidelines recommends a minimum target size of 44 pixels wide 44 pixels tall. While these guidelines give a general measurement for touch targets, they’re not consistent with each other, nor are they consistent with the actual size of the human finger. Small Touch Targets Lead to Big Problems Small touch targets make users work harder because they require more accuracy to hit. Not just that, but small touch targets can lead to touch errors. Thumb use among mobile users is popular. Pixel Width of the Average Index Finger Pixel Width of the Average Thumb Finger-Sized is Ideal, But Not Always Practical

Sites - Mobile Templates Multi-Screen Resources Skip to content Make Your Website Work Across Multiple Devices Build a website that showcases your business on every screen from smartphones and tablets to computers and TVs. Your customers expect a great browsing experience regardless of what device they use. Whitepaper Building websites for the multi-screen consumer Learn about the most typical structures for multi-screen websites, with tips on how to create a great user experience and avoid some of the more common mistakes. Learn more. Case Study American Cancer Society mobilizes 7,000 web pages in one quarter The Society increased mobile visits by 250% and trippled mobile donations with a smart content strategy and deep understanding of visitor needs. Read more. Case Study Baines & Ernst’s new site increase mobile conversions Baines & Ernst launched a Responsively Designed Site. Read more. Case Study Beyond the Rack’s mobile conversion rate doubles Read more. Case Study Plusnet sees traffic grow 2x and sales 10x Read more.