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SNOW Release Blog Post

October 18th, 2013 by

Here at Trilibis, we have been heads down the last few months on a big product initiative that I am very excited to share with you.  What began as a major overhaul of SmartPath, our patented mobile publishing platform, led to the development of a new server side technology for One Web.  It is such a departure from our background in mobile development that we had to give it a new name. We call it SNOW, and it is now available for companies to use themselves for their sites or clients’ sites.

In developing SNOW, our goal was to find a way to simplify web development for today’s multi-device landscape.

SNOW (Software eNabling One Web) is the first HTML5-compliant server-side software that simplifies multi-device web development on a single code base by allowing designers/developers  to add device awareness tags within HTML/CSS files and post process the files at the web server layer before sending to the device (PC, tablet and mobile).

The result is a device-aware website that seamlessly adjusts the layout and user experience to different devices, and loads faster on smartphones and tablets than sites built using Responsive Design.  Using SNOW, developers are also able to control site features and layout to deliver a differentiated experience for mobile users.

And, unlike proprietary end-to-end mobile publishing platforms, SNOW can be used in conjunction with other web development tools, open source libraries and Responsive Design techniques to enable the best possible implementation of One Web.

Make your website device aware by using SNOW.

To learn more about coding with SNOW, visit the Code With Snow website or download the white paper.

Let it SNOW.

Here at Trilibis, we have been heads down the last few months on a big product initiative that I am very excited to share with you.  What began as a major overhaul of SmartPath, our patented mobile publishing platform, led ... Read More


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


Top 5 Objectives for Investing in Mobile Web – Generate Revenue

March 22nd, 2012 by

This post is the final entry in our series of Top 5 Objectives for Investing in Mobile Web. We previously covered increasing engagement, customer satisfaction, appearing innovative and building loyalty.

Let’s face it, when all is said and done, making money is an integral part of business. And with the U.S. mobile market booming into the hundreds of millions of devices and billions in commerce and advertising dollars, what better way to generate some additional revenue than through these little smart devices at our fingertips 95% of the day?

It makes sense that over one-fourth of marketing decision makers selected revenue generation as an important part of their mobile strategy. But however important revenue generation is to your mobile strategy, I encourage you to go back and make sure you understand the first four objectives in this series. Customer engagement, satisfaction, innovation and loyalty are all catalysts toward increased revenue. Without a satisfied and loyal customer procured through proper engagement and innovative techniques, you can almost certainly kiss any hopes for increased mobile revenue goodbye.

In this post we’re going to take a look at how your mobile site can get you a slice of the mobile revenue pie. Read the rest of this entry »

This post is the final entry in our series of Top 5 Objectives for Investing in Mobile Web. We previously covered increasing engagement, customer satisfaction, appearing innovative and building loyalty. Let’s face it, when all is said and done, making ... Read More