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Build Smarter Mobile Web Apps with Best Practices Standard — 14 December 2010

Mobile Web Application Best Practices cards

W3C today issues standard best practices to create smarter mobile Web applications. The Mobile Web Application Best Practices offers practical advice from many mobile Web stakeholders for the easy development and the deployment of mobile Web applications that work across many platforms.

Whereas the recommendations of Mobile Web Best Practices focused on delivering a good experience on a broad range of devices, these new guidelines focus on boosting the overall mobile user experience, taking advantage of advanced device capabilities.

The Mobile Web Application Best Practices cards summarize the new standard in English and other languages.

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Mobile Web Application Best Practices is a Proposed Recommendation — 22 October 2010

The Mobile Web Best Practices Working Group has published a Proposed Recommendation of Mobile Web Application Best Practices. The document collects the most relevant engineering practices to aid the development of rich and dynamic Web application on mobile devices, promoting best practices that enable a better user experience and warning against those that are considered harmful.

Comments are welcome through 19 November 2010.

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Mobile Web Application Best Practices Cards — 19 October 2010

Mobile Web Application Best Practices cards

Newly created Mobile Web Application Best Practices cards provide a quick reference guide to the Mobile Web Application Best Practices specification, whose goal is to aid the creation of rich and dynamic Web application on mobiles.

The 32 best practices defined in the specification are divided into 6 categories in the cards, ranging from « Spare the network » to « Set users free » and « Optimize response time ».

Web application developers willing to develop rich mobile Web applications are encouraged to bookmark the cards in their favorite browser (be it desktop or mobile), as well as to print and distribute copies of the cards (a PDF version is available).

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