Posts Tagged ‘CSS’

Mobile Web Development Examples – The Good, The Bad, The Ugly (April 2012)

April 27th, 2012 by

This is our first entry into a periodical series looking at some of the latest and greatest achievements in mobile web development. Not intended as criticism, but rather as an exploration into the possibilities and realities of mobile web.

With the HTML5 standard almost baked and the latest Javascript and CSS styling, mobile web has taken some huge steps in the last year. Whether you like it or not, HTML5 is still a buzzword in the web developer community…and possibly even more so in the mobile community. The buzz shows no signs of slowing either — as a recent announcement from the W3C said, they are in the midst of finalizing the HTML5 standard and looking forward to HTML6.

Here at Trilibis, we are equally excited, albeit a bit hesitant, about where mobile web development is headed with the likes of HTML5. At any rate, we thought it’d be fun to periodically showcase a few standout mobile sites to get some real world examples of exceptional creativity and strength in mobile design. So without further ado…

 

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This is our first entry into a periodical series looking at some of the latest and greatest achievements in mobile web development. Not intended as criticism, but rather as an exploration into the possibilities and realities of mobile web. With the HTML5 standard almost baked ... Read More



State of Fragmentation: 2012

February 1st, 2012 by

CES has come and gone, Mobile World Congress is less than a month away, and following both we are primed for a new wave of next-gen smartphones and tablets to drool over. But with the onslaught of saliva-inducing nerd treats ahead comes an age old discussion and issue within the mobile industry… FRAGMENTATION.

(take a second for the mobile developers to shudder)

Fragmentation has been around forever–differentiating a product is a basic concept in any business strategy. Different manufacturers make things with different parts, and different products are going to work differently in hopes of creating one-of-a-kind value. In mobile, the issue is the same. You’ve got a multitude of manufacturers creating devices with different hardware for multiple OS’s that each support their own browsers (some supporting multiple browsers) and applications. Developing a consistently exceptional user experience, while taking each flavor into account sounds rough, doesn’t it? Well it is.

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CES has come and gone, Mobile World Congress is less than a month away, and following both we are primed for a new wave of next-gen smartphones and tablets to drool over. But with the onslaught of saliva-inducing nerd treats ... Read More