Let’s face it, debugging mobile web sites is not fun. Hopefully these slides from my talk at Velocity in Santa Clara in June may help. Ignore the first slide, it was for attendees of the talk. Debugging and Tuning Mobile Web Sites with Modern Web Browsers from Troy MilesRead more "Debugging and Tuning Mobile Web Sites with Modern Web Browsers"
PhoneGap/Cordova is a really cool framework for making mobile apps, but there is a dark side that isn’t talked about enough. How to debug your apps? If you are writing any kind of non-trivial app, you will need something more than console.log and a lot of patience to debug your app. A partial solution to […]Read more "Debugging PhoneGap Apps with the Chrome Dev Tools"
I’ve done a series of guest blogs for Safari Books Online. The topic linking them all is jQuery Mobile. The subjects are: Combine jQuery Mobile and iScroll 4 jQuery Mobile Performance Improvements jQuery Mobile Debugging Tips But don’t fear fellow coders, I will have some tasty new post coming early next covering both jQuery Mobile […]Read more "Safari Online Blog Posts"
If you are into mobile web development, you may want to check out Tunnlr. What is Tunnlr? If you are into Rails or Facebook development, you may already be hipped to Tunnlr. But for those of us who weren’t, it is a port forwarding service. Why would you want to use it for mobile web […]Read more "Mobile Web Development with Tunnlr"