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Mobile Web Application Best Practices

Mobile Web Application Best Practices. W3C Recommendation 14 December 2010

Open source anti-theft solution for Mac, PCs & Phones – Prey

by 4 others
Prey lets you keep track of your phone or laptop at all times, and will help you find it if it ever gets lost or stolen. It's lightweight, open source software, and free for anyone to use. And it just works.


by 1 other
a fast, easy - and free - way to reformat graphics and images for mobile devices

Pay as you go sim with data Wiki

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This wiki aims to collect information about pay as you go mobile phone plans from all over the world. Not just any plans though, they must include decent data rates, perfect for iPhone and Android smart phone travellers.

11 Ways to Create a Mobile Friendly WordPress Site

How to create a Mobile Friendly WordPress Site/Blog using plugins, themes and other services. Mobile friendly version of WordPress.

Best Practices To Develop Perfect Websites for iPhone and Mobile Devices |

a roundup of code snippets inspired to some mobile versions of popular websites (such as Facebook, Flickr, The New York Times, Digg, Google, …) that illustrate some HTML best practices to develop perfect websites for iPhone and mobile Devices.


Detect Mobile Browser - Open source mobile phone detection |

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open source project for easily understanding whether a visitor of a website is using a mobile browser or not. It provides codes in several scripting languages (PHP,Rails, ASP, JSP, Coldfusion, .htaccess & JavaScript) that can detect the browser.

Mobile Analytics |

Measure and analyze the mobile traffic to your website for free.

Return of the Mobile Style Sheet |

Conseils sur l'utilisation de feuille de style pour les mobiles


MobilePress - Enable The Mobile Web |

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plugin Wordpress vous permettant d’avoir un thème spécifique dédié aux visiteurs provenant d’un Iphone, d’un appreil équipé de Windows Mobile ou encore d’Opéra Mini.

Global Authoring Practices for the Mobile Web |

"better mobile development guidelines than W3C MWI Best Practices"