Tag: Android

A Detailed Comparison Of Mobile Frameworks

It is always good to know the cons and pros of tools we are using before starting a new project with them in order not to be disappointed later on. A frequently-updated chart by Markus Falk does this for the mobile frameworks as there is a detailed comparison of their capabilities. The chart displays the rendering ...

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Detect Mobile Devices Easily With MobileESP

MobileESP is an open source project for easily detecting users browsing the web pages with a mobile browser. It has server-side versions for PHP, ASP.NET, Java, Ruby and a client-side JavaScript version with light features. There are methods provided for detecting a specific device (iPhone, Android, WebOS, etc.) or ...

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Create Mobile Web Apps Fast With Touchy Boilerplate

Touchy Boilerplate is a starting kit for creating mobile web apps that covers most of the tricky parts of the development process. It includes an HTML template with all the mobile-related meta tags, various browsing scenarios like animated navigation, fixed header + scrollable content and deep linking support. Also, ...

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Awesome Date-Time Picker For Mobile: Mobiscroll

Mobiscroll is a "wheel scroller user control" optimized for touchscreens to easily enter date and/or time which comes as a jQuery plugin. It is highly customizable where values can be anything (including images) and can even be used as an alternative to the default select control (dropdown list). The ...

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Open Source Ad Server For Mobile – mAdserve

mAdserve is an open source and PHP-MySQL-powered ad server application for managing + tracking mobile ads easily. It helps controlling directly-sold, cross-promotional and ad-network ads (many of the networks are supported by default) from a single interface. There is no need to deal with SDKs of each ad network ...

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Joshfire: Cross-Device Web App Framework

Joshfire is an open source framework for developing web applications that can work in multiple devices. It only uses HTML5 + JavaScript and web apps can be built to be compatible with browsers, desktops, smart phones, smartTVs and connected objects. The content, design and data is separated for a flexible ...

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Image Gallery For Mobile And Touch Devices: PhotoSwipe

PhotoSwipe is a free and full-featured image gallery for mobile and touch devices. It is built with HTML, CSS + JavaScript and doesn't depend on any frameworks. The interface is native-like and offers a similar experience with the ability of swiping items and support for orientation (also, resizes images ...

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Native Android Icons In Vector (AI, EPS, SVG)

For anyone developing Android applications and/or creating an Android-related website, using the official icons for the platform would be a time-saver. The Android SDK includes the complete set of icons, however, they are in .PNG format and hard to resize or customize. Olof Brickarp, who is a UI/graphics designer, ...

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Android Icons Set As Photoshop Shapes

Coşkun Deniz, a web and interface designer, is sharing a free set of 41 Android Icons. The set is in the format of Photoshop custom shapes (.csh) so it can be resized perfectly. Icons include most of the popular items and they are completely free to use.

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