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iWebKit is a file package designed to help you create your own iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad compatible website or webapp. The kit is accessible to anyone even people with little html knowledge and is simple to understand thanks to the included user guide. In a couple of minutes you will have created a professional looking mobile website. iWebKit is the framework of choice because it is very easy to use, loads extremely fast, is compatible with all devices & extendable. It is simple html that anyone can edit contrary to some other solutions that use a lot of javascript & Ajax. Simplicity is the key! What is new in V5.04 Commercial License When to buy one? Does it apply to only this version? Can I use it for multiple projects Yes as long as it is your project (the licensee). How do I get one Click on the button above, pay once and receive a document signed by me granting you permission to use iWebKit commercially.

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Tools Intel® XDK HTML5 development environment - develop, emulate, test-on-device and build apps Download Today Intel® XDK a HTML5 cross-platform solution enables developers to write web and hybrid apps once, and deploy across many app stores and form factor devices. Easy-to-use: Streamlined workflow from design to app storeDevelop faster: Integrated design, test, and build toolsDeploy simply: Across more app stores, and form factors 34 Free & Beautiful xHTML/CSS Templates NOTE: This post was originally posted on January 12th 2011. However, I still receive requests for quality xhtml templates and these templates remain great quality. Whilst WordPress is hugely prevalent, many designers and amateurs still regularly need a simple html template for their work.

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