Last post Mar 13, 2010 01:18 AM by matrixvibe
Mar 10, 2010 01:32 PM|dustinw101|LINK
I'm trying to learn Visual Web Developer 2008 and web site design. I have created a website with a 'contact us' section and it is working fine. On this page I have appx 6 Input text boxes but lots of graphics and such on the page. I'm trying to figure out how
to get started building a simple version of the same page so that blackberries, android, iphone, etc... could fill out and submit the form. I don't want anything fancy on the form, just labels and text boxes.
Any help on how to get started would be great. I'm been searching the web and everything leads me to add a mobile web form to my project but in VWB 2008 there is no such thing (at least that I can find)
Mar 11, 2010 04:23 AM|crajeshbe|LINK
Hi Good day, Please refer the below link..
Mar 11, 2010 07:49 AM|hans_v|LINK
I'm been searching the web and everything leads me to add a mobile web form to my project but in VWB 2008 there is no such thing (at least that I can find)
To know the capabiliteis of a mobile device that's requesting a page, use :
Or take a look at:
Mar 13, 2010 01:18 AM|matrixvibe|LINK
http://www.51degrees.mobi/Products/NETMobileAPI/tabid/86/Default.aspx it is a free ASP.NET mobile api which helps to integrate mobile devices with existing and future web
sites. It makes use of WURFL device database which is widely-accepted as the most advanced and up-to-date mobile device database available.
It has add-in for .NET web sites that'll automatically determine if a mobile device is accessing the site and redirect it to mobile specific content. You do not have to update any of your existing asp.net pages for same.
Once integrated into a web site, the API will parse device data and store it in memory during the first request. Every time a mobile page is requested, .NET standard browser capabilities are enhanced using the mobile device data to override original values.
It gives detailed more accurate information of mobile capabilities such as screen width, screen height, colour depth, brand, model etc. helping you to customize your webpages for the mobile device accessing your web site.