When developing for the Web, you should consider your mobile users. These mobile web develoment articles and resources should help.

  • HTMLGoodies Mobile Web Development

  • 8 Rules to Follow When Using TWAIN for Your Image Capture Web App

    This article will touch upon the history of TWAIN and its wide use before diving into developer planning considerations. With a focus on developing image capturing applications to use within web-based document management applications, the article will uncover 8 rules for TWAIN-based application development.

  • Moboom in Depth

    In this article you'll learn about the basics of creating a responsive site from scratch using the Moboom interface and you'll also be introduced to some of the tools available to you.

  • Marking Up Text in Your HTML5 Applications Using the “mark” Element

    This article walks web developers through the basics of marking up text in web pages using the new HTML5-only "mark" element.

  • Working With The New HTML5 “Month” Input Types Attribute In Your Apps

    W3C introduced new input types to support working with month and year in HTML5. This article explores how to use this input type in your HTML5 web pages.

  • 10 Essential Web Design Strategies

    In this article we look at 10 design strategies for the web. Since the web is changing all the time, designers and developers must adapt. Here, we cover some of the current and past design practices.

  • Review: Edge Animate CC for Dummies

    In this review, we look at Adobe Edge Animate CC for Dummies. Edge Animate is one of the programs available as part of the Adobe Creative Cloud.

  • Review Duda Mobile

    This article is a review of Duda Mobile. A mobile website develop tool which allows you to create custom mobile websites.

  • Review: Mobify

    In this article, we review Mobify, a web-based mobile site creator, and use it to convert a desktop site into a mobile site. To get the most out of Mobify, it's essential to have a solid working knowledge of both HTML and CSS.

  • A Review of the Web-Service: Mofuse

    In this article we review Mofuse a web-based CMS for creating mobile sites. This is a relatively easy program to use and will help build simple or complicated mobile sites. You can add forms, analytics, monetization and more.

  • Providing GPS Coordinates Via the Eclipse Android Simulator

    In most Android devices, your location-based or map applications can determine the current geolocation using either GPS (Global Positioning System). Rob Gravelle demonstrates how to utilize Eclipse's Emulator Control to provide GPS coordinates to your Android device or the built-in simulator using several different methods.

  • How to Build a Simple Mobile Website with CSS3

    In this article Nathan Segal takes a look at a variety of options for building simple mobile websites with CSS3, including examples, sample code, and tips on building a site that displays well on a mobile platform.

  • Tips and Tweaks for your GoMobi Layouts

    In this article we're going to look at tips and tweaks to give you better results with your GoMobi layouts.

  • HTML and CSS with GoMobi

  • GoMobi in Depth

    In this article we'll look at the some of the inner workings of the GoMobi interface and discuss some best practices to give use when building a mobile site.

  • An Intro to Mobile with GoMobi

    In this article, Nathan Segal walks us through an introduction to GoMobile. GoMobile is a development tool that allows you too quickly and easily build and deploy large and small mobile web marketing campaigns, create mobile landing pages and mobile sites that work with all devices! If you haven’t looked at this exciting new platform, then read on and be introduced to GoMobile.

  • Getting Started With Android App Development: Eclipse and the Android SDK

    In recent articles we discussed the difference between web apps and native apps, and went through the steps required to set up your computer for Android app development. In this article we will show you how to get the Eclipse IDE to run a sample app using the Android Emulator.

  • Resources for Android App and Website Developers

    For those who are getting started with Android website and application development, the process can be quite daunting. With so many devices, websites, tools and options available, it's hard to know where to start. In this article we will point out the basic software you'll need, some tools to make the job easier, and some websites you can go to for development advice and tips.

  • Web Development for Android Devices: Mobile Joomla!

    While many developers are actively working on an Android app for their client or business, others are going the web app route by creating websites that look and act like apps when viewed on mobile clients. If you're already using the Joomla! CMS, the Mobile Joomla extension will do most of the work for you, as we will show you in this tutorial.

  • Web Developer Diversion: Rooting Android Devices

    Not all web developers are geeks, but most developers do enjoy a diversion from HTML5 and JavaScript from time to time. Android devices are a particularly interesting diversion, and many web developers have at least one such device around, "for testing mobile websites" if nothing else. By rooting, that is, gaining root privileges, on an Android device, you are able to use many programs which require such access, and can do things like flashing a ROM on your device, or changing the boot animation and sound, which requires access to system files. We'll show you how to do that in this tutorial!

  • Top 10 Web Development Apps for Android Devices

    As an avid Android device user with both an Android tablet and phone, of course I am always looking for apps that would be of use to web developers. After a bit of searching I was able to find apps for just about every aspect of web development, from the web server itself to an FTP client to move the files, to a source code viewer that let's you view the source code on any web page, analytics tools to allow you to analyze your website, to custom apps for the major CMSes WordPress, Drupal and Joomla!.

  • The Mobile Web with jQuery Mobile

    In October of 2010, the jQuery team released a mobile version of their awesome JavaScript library. This tutorial will tell you all about jQuery mobile, and show you how you can use it with mobile devices.

  • Using iPhone User Interface Framework (iUI) To Create "Native" Websites for the iPhone

    We've learned how to detect the iPhone's user agent, use Safari for testing, detect and set the viewport orientation, use CSS and meta tags for iPhone and iPad layouts. This week we'll learn about the iPhone User Interface Framework (iUI), which consists of a JavaScript library, CSS and images for developing websites which appear and function like native iPhone apps.

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