Apple has released iOS5, and there are significant improvements to Mobile Safari, including position:fixed support and overflow:scroll. This can significantly change how your page is displayed on iOS devices, as well as provide new opportunities for user interfaces. David B. …Continue reading
Developing on an iPad can be challenging, but more and more tools are making it possible to do serious work on the device. Here’s a few apps that you might want do check out if you’re a developer. My in-laws …Continue reading
Google and Square have just released two apps that allow you to pay for products without a credit/debit card or cash. In this post we’re going to explain how the apps work.
We’ve just released a Master Class on how to build an HTML5 Mobile Web app, with geolocation, localStorage, jQuery Mobile and Backbone.js. You can see a demo of the app here. The Master Class is available to all Gold Members …Continue reading
Recently I’ve been working on a new Master Class for Think Vitamin Membership on the topic of responsive design. One of the major goals of responsive design is cross-browser compatibility, so as you might expect, I’m teaching a project that …Continue reading
Recently I set out to find a more robust way of synchronizing my Google Calendars to my iPhone, thankfully I found one. To date I have been using the Google Calendar to iCal sync tool “Calaboration“. In terms of functionality …Continue reading
If you’re a web developer or designer, there’s a really exciting development happening right now called ‘mobile widgets’. Carsonified is working with Betavine to spread the word about mobile widgets, so we recently spent four days building one in order …Continue reading
At 280 North we’ve been working on a framework called Cappuccino for creating what we like to call desktop class applications. These are not your average web sites, but instead a new breed of web application that aims to replace …Continue reading