…wisdom and asked the attendees, "What's the best advice anyone ever gave you about mobile development or design?" They coughed up a lot of great answers — 17 of them. Take a look:
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§ A primer on internet latency: video buffering or slow downloads? Blame the speed of light .
§ Mobile has it worse: the nuts and bolts of hitting the 1000 millisecond "time to glass" target .
§ One of the best features of Node: a community that stands up to misogyny .
We've been having more and more conversations around content and mobile lately. Last week, while we were in the midsts of releasing4, made an observation on how we have to take a critical eye to how content is placed in a mobile context. Which brought to mind, does that mean mobile also changes the way we write that content?
The other day, we came across LukeW's notes on Karen McGrane's talk at An Event Apart, "The Mobile Content Mandate." …
a Mobile Acceptable Use Policy agreement,
a Mobile Remote Wipe Policy agreement,
and in the case where the organization helps cover part or all of an employee's mobile bills, a Mobile Reimbursement Policy agreement.
Once again, CTS' Mobility Policy Guidebook covers these.
Want to know more about CTS' Mobility Policy Guidebook? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org !
Samsung's courtship of the enterprise market continues with the …
…majority of mobile browsers, including the soon-to-switch Opera Mini/ Mobile browsers too. There is no reason to worry about a slippery slope, the slope has already been slid down. In order for any other browser to remain relevant in the world of mobile (which, you must admit, is quickly becoming the only world we live in) they must keep feature parity with WebKit. Let's follow this to its logical conclusion: In a world in which WebKit is now virtually the only mobile browser vendor …
Mobile's Surprising About Mobile
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Among the numbers listed in their Surprising Stats About Mobile Security article, which is based on their IT Headaches survey and research from the International Association of IT , are:
55% of the respondents can access their organization's enterprise information from anydevice.
60% of the respondents' organizations …
…more and more shoppers turn to their smartphones or tablets. But it's more than just including it in your business model. You have to develop a device-specific strategy, according to ., as
That's just one of the many great takeaways on how mobile is shaping E-commerce from Doug's soapbox. You can jump over and ... Learn More About Mobile and E-Commerce
If you have never heard of, it is one of the most important developer-oriented conferences. The team brings 100 speakers from around the globe to share their hands-on experience with various web technologies. The best news is: it's driven by the community and is non profit!
1h presentations cover: The schedule is quite impressive., , , , .NET, , e-Commerce, , Mobile, and other topics.
They also have hands-on training and a hackaton in the two days before the main event.
Performance of Mobile networks
Under the hood of's network stack
Navigation Timing &( RUM)
Life of a webpage:, CSSOM, rendering, acceleration
Tokenizing, parsing, and construction of the DOM
Building the Render Tree ( DOM and CSSOM)
Measuring visual & rendering performance
Hardware acceleration …