In the beginning of every new year, I try to sum up what’s going on in the mobile industry. Not to make a top 10 trends list, but for my own education. My thoughts this year goes along the same lines as last years post: The main use case for the web is mobile (In […]
I had the pleasure of doing a talk on web performance on mobile devices at the Dutch Mobile Conference in Amsterdam last week. 45 minutes is way to little to dive into it all, but feedback says it was a good intro, and I am happy for that. I posted my slides at Slideshare.net. I […]
Responsive Web Design (RWD) is getting a lot of traction as an easier way for content owners to get their stuff accessible from mobile devices. Being a mobile-old-timer, nothing pleases me more! Most online growth happens on mobile devices these days. We are really talking world domination. Over the last couple of weeks, I’ve had […]
I have been reading the excellent article by @brad_frost a couple of times and reflecting… Even if I may represent the “mobile old timers” who still know how to write WML, I am 100% in on RWD, html5 and all that buzz (unlike some others). It is bound to happen and it is good for mobile. However, […]
PPK has, as usual, written an excellent piece on, what seems like is a never ending story; Apps vs. web. My personal opinion, as I always have had, is that the web in its nature, and web technology with its cross platform abilities, is the most future proof and scalable option. Just think of it: […]
iPhone apps are very popular among content owners these days. Don’t misunderstand,apps are cool, but it makes so much more sense to create cool stuff in the browser and use the web as a platform. The guys at Nextstop.com have really done a good job! Video worth watching!