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Mobile Web Best Practices 1.0

Mobile Web Best Practices 1.0
[THEMATIC_CONSISTENCY] Ensure that content provided by accessing a URI yields a thematically coherent experience when accessed from different devices. [CAPABILITIES] Exploit device capabilities to provide an enhanced user experience. [DEFICIENCIES] Take reasonable steps to work around deficient implementations. [TESTING] Carry out testing on actual devices as well as emulators. [URIS] Keep the URIs of site entry points short. [NAVBAR] Provide only minimal navigation at the top of the page.

Mobile Web Application Best Practices Abstract The goal of this document is to aid the development of rich and dynamic mobile Web applications. It collects the most relevant engineering practices, promoting those that enable a better user experience and warning against those that are considered harmful. Status of This Document This section describes the status of this document at the time of its publication.

Make your Site Mobile Friendly The number of mobile devices loose in the world greatly exceeds the number of desktop (or laptop) computers filling up desk and table space in offices and homes. The number of people who might view your site while clutching a screen measuring anywhere from 100 pixels to 640 pixels in width increases daily. Creating mobile-friendly content is quickly becoming less of an occasional add-on and more of a standard practice.

Student-Community Collaboration to Construct Mobile Learning Games (EDUCAUSE Quarterly Key Takeaways Integrating mobile learning games into a graduate-level course at Appalachian State University built on the concepts behind constructionist pedagogy and service-learning. Students constructed mobile learning games related to aspects of local wetlands education by partnering with the community and faculty experts. The project not only increased students' interest in community service, it also prompted a strong positive reaction to different types of collaboration. This article describes a project integrating mobile learning games into my course at Appalachian State University, in collaboration with a community partner and for the community as a whole. My interest in mobile learning began over 10 years ago, when I worked in an IT consulting company designing mobile applications.

Widgets Current Status This page summarizes the relationships among specifications, whether they are finished standards or drafts. Below, each title links to the most recent version of a document. Completed Work W3C Recommendations have been reviewed by W3C Members, by software developers, and by other W3C groups and interested parties, and are endorsed by the Director as Web Standards. The fight gets technical: mobile apps vs. mobile sites This article is the second in a series of extracts taken from Econsultancy's new Internet Marketing Strategy Briefing. The free-to-download report covers the most important online trends in digital marketing that we are witnessing. Topics covered within the document include customer centricity, channel diversification, data, social media and content strategy. This extract, written by Econsultancy's Research Manager, Aliya Zaidi, focuses on the more technical aspects in the continuing battle between mobile apps and mobile sites. Channel diversification

The MW4D Interest Group explores how to use the potential of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) on Mobile phones as a solution to bridge the Digital Divide and provide minimal services (health, edu Documents and Resources The MW4D IG has published the following documents: The MW4D plans to develop a set of documents which are described in the Deliverables section of the charter. Mobile compatibility tables Page last changed today This series of compatibility tests is sponsored by Vodafone. On this page I give a quick overview of the mobile browser compatibility tests I’ve done so far. If you want the latest inside scoops on my mobile tests, follow me on Twitter. See also the CSS table. These tests are in no way complete. Hands on: Building a PhoneGap app with Dreamweaver CS 5.5 One interesting feature in the new Adobe Creative Suite 5.5 is that PhoneGap is integrated into Dreamweaver. What this means is that you can build a mobile app for Google Android or Apple iOS from within Dreamweaver. I have just installed the new suite, so decided to give it a try.

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