Push Notifications, WebXR, and better PWA support coming to iOS
iOS 15.4 beta has finally added icon support in the manifest, Web Push, AR, and VR experiments.
iOS 14.5 brings the new Safari 14.1 to PWAs and the Web Platform
What's new, what's missing, new challenges and new capabilities for iPhone and iPad
Safari on iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 for PWA and Web Developers
What's new, what's missing, new challenges and new abilities
Is the Phone Gap closed in 2020?
The PWA platform pushed the end of PhoneGap and Adobe's investment in Apache Cordova
Mastering Web Views
4-hour course for iOS and Android
Web & Native working together
3-hour course for iOS and Android
iOS 8 and iPhone 6 for web developers and designers
next evolution for Safari and native webapps
Android 4.4 KitKat
The browser and the Chrome WebView
Safari on iOS 7 and HTML5
Problems, changes and new APIs
iPhone 5 and iOS 6 for HTML5 developers
A big step forward, Web inspector, new APIs and more
Axis, Opera Mini, pseudo-browsers and alternatives to Safari on iOS
Yahoo! has just released the new Axis app for iOS and desktop, promoted on some blogs as a new browser. It’s a good opportunity then to explain how this kind of apps work and why they are NOT browsers. If you are a web developer it’s important for you to know what to expect for this app.
Debugging webapps and PhoneGap apps on iOS
Is Apple trying to hinder PhoneGap and other HTML5 frameworks with iOS 4.3?
Last week Apple released iOS 4.3 and the new Nitro engine was presented inside Safari on iOS for iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad. The iPad 2 with iOS 4.3 is on its way in US and worldwide in next days. However, a new situation was discovered last days alarming a lot of developers: Nitro is not available for PhoneGap and other webapp-related solutions. Is it a deliberate attempt to hinder PhoneGap and other HTML5 frameworks?
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