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With the exponential development of mobile devices in terms of numbers and in terms of functionality, the rapid growth of mobile sites is nothing but logical. Just a few years ago not many companies bothered to have a mobile site but now the trend has been reversed and it’s more of an exception than a rule not to have a mobile site.
If you need to get a site up and running in a short time, consider implementing a theme or template for the content management system of your choice, or go for a straight HTML5 template. There are thousands of options out there, especially for WordPress. If you want to cut to the chase, check out the ones below.
Among the many developing utilities in HTML5 are various methods for accessing user pictures from mobile devices and webcams. In this tutorial we will use the Camera API to import a user photo into a Web page, displaying it in a canvas element.
Mere weeks after Flappy Bird was taken off the shelves of the App Store, we’re still scratching our heads. How in the world did Flappy bird bring down the house with millions of downloads, untold hours of wasted time, and a PR explosion of epic proportions? What is it about a dinky bird game that captures the attention of every major news outlet, world leaders, and apoplectic Twitter fans?
Mobile Search Engine Optimization is a topic that has increased in popularity as mobile phones have become a staple in everyone’s lives. If your 2014 SEO marketing plan does not have mobile search covered, then you have some work to do. Fortunately, we’ve put together this nice infographic to help lessen the chore.
Want to save time on development? Want to learn the basics of a great foundation? In this article, I’ll briefly introduce you to Bootstrap and provide you with additional resources so you can learn more about it.
Pssst, it’s 2014, have you heard of responsive design? Even if you haven’t heard of it, you probably know what it is. If you surf the internet on your smartphone or tablet, you might have noticed that the browser resizes accordingly to fit the website on your screen (even when you switch to landscape mode!). The design is responding and adjusting accordingly to the device you’re using.