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TappGala: The Best in Mobile Interface Design Advertisement 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 ... 60 Next Développement d'une application Android - tutoriel, outils et ressources Eric Schmidt, Executive chairman de Google, a annoncé lors de la conférence Dive Into Mobile que l'OS de Moutain View comptabilisait désormais 1,5 million d’activations quotidiennes d’Android. Il a également déclaré que d’ici la fin de l’année, Android sera présent sur 1 milliard de terminaux . Quant à Google Play, les 700 000 applications disponibles annoncées sont un bon augure pour le futur d’Android. Ces chiffres exceptionnels sont une formidable source de revenus pour Google mais également pour tous les développeurs et designers travaillant d’arrache pied afin de fournir des applications Android innovantes. La concurrence est rude entre les éditeurs d’applications et les premières places dans le Play store sont de plus en plus chères à conquérir. Les ressources, les tutoriels, les articles et les outils pour se lancer dans le développement d’une application Android se comptent par milliers. Les référentiels pour le développement Android Les tutoriels pour le développement Android

Sidr - A jQuery plugin for creating side menus You will be able to create multiple sidrs on both sides of your web to make responsives menus (or not, it works perfectly on desktop too). It uses CSS3 transitions (and fallbacks to $.animate with older browsers) and it supports multiple source types. Get started Like any other plugin, you must include it after the jQuery script. You have to include a Sidr Theme stylesheet too, choose between the dark or the light one, or if you prefer create one by your own. Using bower or NPM Instead of downloading the plugin, you can install it with bower or with npm: bower install sidr --save From a CDN If you want to load the scripts from a CDN to save bandwith or improve the performance you can use jsDelivr. Demos & Usage Here are described differents ways of usage for this plugin, you can read and adapt them to your website’s requeriments. The Simplest Usage Create a div called sidr and place your menu there. <a id="simple-menu" href="#sidr">Toggle menu</a><div id="sidr"><! Open/Close Programatically Themes

Inspired UI - mobile ui patterns Mobile Developers – What Should They Use? - Generation Mobile With mobile quickly becoming the platform of choice, every developer needs to know how this will affect him or her moving forward. But with so many platforms, devices, and resolutions, each using a different language, it can be very confusing. Is iOS the future, or with Apple's recent missteps will Android corner the market? And then there is all the new tablets entering the market. Soon, devices with touch interfaces hanging from every space will surround us. Today you have a couple of choices when it comes to mobile application development. If you decide you want your app to run on all devices, you can write your application using JavaScript. But you may be thinking, I want my application to be a “real” application and not some web page on the phone. You also might be thinking that the web idea is great and everyone is used to it, however, I want my application to look like a native application all the way down to the controls.

jPanelMenu | A jQuery Plugin Featured Mobile App Makers | - Home of the Finest Mobile App Makers 5 High-Level Mobile Commerce Design Considerations This is the last in a series of 8 articles on mobile usability that draw on findings from our mobile e-commerce usability report. In the seven prior articles of this series we’ve covered very specific usability findings for mobile commerce sites such as: inline labels (7), hit areas in product lists (6), drop-downs for navigation (4), single input entities (1), label positioning (2), and lists of compatible products (3). Beside the specific improvements these seven findings hopefully also offer a glimpse at the level of detail one needs to consider when designing a mobile commerce site. However, these are really just the tip of the iceberg – in our m-commerce study alone we demonstrated 147 mobile specific guidelines. 1. Touch devices have (rightfully) been praised for generally being much more intuitive to use compared to a desktop mouse or laptop trackpad since users simply tap what they see and “push” sheets of content around with their finger. 2. 3. 4. 5. We’re All Still Learning