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Mar.04

How HTML5 Is Aiding in Cross-Platform Development

At the House of Type we’ve developed a couple of HTML5 apps for mobile devices (mainly iPad), and it’s been very interesting and rewarding.

People will insist that iOS is a closed platform device, yet anyone can make a HTML5 application and it will be supported by the iPhone. I don’t see that as being a closed platform.

If you’re a startup and don’t have the resources to develop two versions of your app, consider developing a HTML5 app first.

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Feb.15

Magento Announces Apple iPad and Android Support for Magento Mobile

Nice to see that Magento has added Android and iPad support to Magento Mobile offering.

I’ve been a big fan of the iPhone version of the software, it integrates easily with your store, and allows you to personalise your app.

Pricing isn’t too bad either, compared to the comparative cost of getting someone to design the system from scratch, although I wish they would start supporting more payment providers other than PayPal Mobile.

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Jan.26

Nov.22

Find My iPhone Now Free With iOS 4.2

I’ve been a MobilMe subscriber for several years, thankfully I’ve not had a real need to REALLY use the “Find My iPhone” service, but have demoed it to friends and colleagues on occasion. Anyway, Apple have now made this free to many iOS 4.2 customers. If you haven’t already, you should register and start using it. You’ll regret it if you lose your iPhone in the future.

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