Recent estimates are that 2 million iPads have now been sold and a range of Tablet based products from HP and Dell in 2010 will really make this year the Year of Mobile Browsing. The trick is, websites built under the old standards will not perform well or if at all under this new exciting market for the Internet. As data plans drop in price and more people browse using smartphones and mobile tablets, we're constantly being asked if the websites built today will work on these devices. The short answer? Yes, but only if built under the 2010 standards. What does this mean? W3C Validation has existed for...
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So you've probably heard talks of "Web Apps" all over the news. The big story is that more and more traditional software titles are making the switch to online web-based applications which users can take wherever they go. Using a simple login, they can edit files on the fly without having to have their laptop or home computer in front of them. What this means for the industry is that people are going to be more and more connected to the Internet on a day to day basis and will come to expect better website experiences from companies they work with. For example: You order widgets from ABC Company....
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