Migration from Desktop to Mobile
6 myths on migrating from web to mobile – Offers a starting place for talking about costs associated with migrating or not migrating.
Migrating from Desktop to Mobile – 6 Steps for Success - A must read if your organization is planning on migrating (and they should be!).
3 Steps for Determining if Your Website is Mobile ReadyÂ – Another must read that covers key discussion points you need to have with your team and management.
Going Mobile Part 2 – Dealing with Legacy ContentÂ – talks about some of the challenges Â of migrating your existing desktop browser-based pages to mobile.
The 1 Minute Primer on HTML 5Â – Dive right into what HTML 5 is and what HTML5 isn’t.
7 Critical Things to Know When Building Any Mobile App – Gives you some food for thought on the top level considerations when building either a web or native mobile app.
Top 5 Resources for HTML5 DevelopersÂ – These resources will save you a ton of time.
HTML5 Geolocation API – Getting the best single location. MostÂ blog posts tell you how to use the API, this post gives you valuable insight intoÂ how to use the location data.
HTML5 Geolocation API – How accurate is it, really?Â – A straight shooting post on what works and what doesn’t with this very cool API.
HTML5 Geolocation API – How accurate is it, really? Part 2: Mobile Web – A follow-up on the very popular Part 1. This post gives you an in-depth look on how to be successful when using the APIs enhanced location capabilities on mobile devices.
Building and Testing Mobile Web Apps
Debugging Web Apps on Android – tips and tricks to save you some time and effort.
Debugging Web Apps on Android – Part 2 – a look at using Firefox Mobile to provide on-device debugging info.
Dispelling Responsive Apps Testing Myths – A quick look at responsive design patterns and some pointers on how to effectively test them.
ĂĽber easy user-agent swapping in Chrome - An easy way to simulate a variety of different devices when testing web mobile apps.
Check HTML5 Browser Height and Width using Canvas - Gives you a very handy tool for determining browser size.