Archive: August 16th, 2011

Analysis of mobile development approaches

Analysis of mobile development approaches

The history of applications on mobile phones is rather interesting. When smartphones first became a hit, their Web browsers were not very good, and few sites worked well (if at all) on the form factor and capabilities of the phones. As a result, if you wanted an application on a smartphone, you wrote a native application for it.

The operating system still matters and always will according to poll

The operating system still matters and always will according to poll

We are told that with cloud computing and virtualization the operating system does not matter anymore. Well, according to these poll results those ideas are completely wrong.

Gartner finds growing evidence of “social media fatigue”

Gartner finds growing evidence of “social media fatigue”

Consumers are beginning to suffer “social media fatigue”, according to research firm Gartner, raising questions about the long-term impact of marketing initiatives based on social networking technology.

The Basics Of Launching Small Business Mobile Website

The Basics Of Launching Small Business Mobile Website

In this fast-paced world, people are holding on to their mobile phones like they are holding on to their dear lives. This is because a tiny gadget like a mobile phone can help us complete everything we sought out to do early in the day like pay bills or search for a new dentist while on the run.

Top 10 Mobile Web Development JavaScript Frameworks

Top 10 Mobile Web Development JavaScript Frameworks

Creating web apps and sites for the Mobile Web has its own sets of challenges and techniques. From UIs optimized for fingers instead of mouse cursors to the bandwidth limitations that most portable personal devices have, developing for mobile devices requires a paradigm shift for those of us who’ve traditionally created products aimed at desktops.