Recently Adobe released a new product called “Adobe Shadow”. Adobe Shadow enables the web developer who is developing for multiple devices to view changes live simultaneously on as many other devices as they wish. As you test on PC you get live updates of the look and feel on all devices hooked up to your computer via wireless.
One Drawback which I am sure they will fix in time is that Adobe Shadow only works for iPhone iPad and Android devices. This does cover the majority of mobile devices so is still well worth the look.
Adobe Shadow is currently free to download and use because it is still in testing stages.
In this article we will be covering 3 useful resources for web developers wishing to keep up with the latest developments in Mobile Web. Whether we are developing for iPhone, Android or any of the other platforms out there it is vital we keep up to date with current developments and trends. These three sites will help us do exactly that. Continue reading
This year I continue my studies into web design at Polytechnic Launceston. I am doing my Diploma of Interactive Digital Media specialising in Mobile Development.
It is my aim this year to learn many of the aspects of designing for mobile through the development of up to half a dozen different mobile apps. I will still be furthering my “normal”… Continue reading
Today I thought I would share three interesting tools for developing Phone Apps for users of varying levels of experience. All of these tools are free or open source programs. These three Phone App development tools are great for what they are designed to do. However each has its own natural limitations. Some requires some skill to use others do not but are then limited in what you can actually build with it. Continue reading