All Posts in Mobile Development

Jun. 19th, 2013

Beta Testing Android Apps on the Google Play Store It’s easy enough to email an Android APK for your technical team to install, and that has always made it a bit easier to internally distribute Android app builds than iOS builds. (This was of course even more true before TestFlight)…. read the rest of the article

Posted in: Android, Mobile Development, Software Development

Jul. 12th, 2012

We’ve been using Adobe Shadow to test websites on mobile browsers for a few months now. It’s basically a group of applications that allow you to sync what’s on your mobile screen with what’s on your desktop screen. This means you can view a webpage in Safari on an iPhone… read the rest of the article

Posted in: Mobile Development

Apr. 16th, 2012

I’ve been playing around with Mobile Boilerplate, because the HTML5 Boilerplate project has been an excellent resource and I’m always looking for ways to make developing mobile websites easier on myself (The next redesign of the Pugetworks site is going to have to reflect a mobile-first approach, but I want… read the rest of the article

Posted in: Mobile Development

Oct. 12th, 2011

Almost every Android application has two parts.  On one side is the user interface that the user controls and views the information with.  On the other side is a network component for talking to a server or updating its information.  When you write an Android application you are always given… read the rest of the article

Posted in: Android, Java, Mobile Development

Apr. 11th, 2011

We’ve recently worked on a couple of mobile applications with strong webkit components, and as a result I’ve had plenty of opportunities to explore the ins and outs of CSS3 media queries. Overall, I’m very excited about the possibilities this module offers, but browser support for it has proven buggy… read the rest of the article

Posted in: Design, Mobile Development