Last post Jun 09, 2010 02:26 PM by matrixvibe
Jun 04, 2010 02:20 AM|joseenocperez|LINK
could someone please give me some clues on how can I develop mobil web using visual web developer 2010 or using visual studio 2010, or give me some turtorials
Visual Web Developer 2010 RTM
Jun 04, 2010 08:07 AM|DarrellNorton|LINK
If you are using VS2008, check out this link:
Jun 05, 2010 08:42 AM|roopeshreddy|LINK
You can develop Mobile Web Applications just like normal web application in Visual Web Developer 2010. There is no specific instructions for Mobile Web development.
Check this link for more information about Visual Web Developer 2010.
Hope it helps u...
Jun 06, 2010 12:30 AM|joseenocperez|LINK
Ok i got it, but how does this page is going to be show on the mobile device doesn't it has to be aware of the screen size? and other stuff
Jun 06, 2010 01:19 PM|roopeshreddy|LINK
The beauty of ASP.NET is it generates the browser specific code. So no need to worry about that. All most all Mobile browsers[which has HTML browser] renders perfectly.
Regarding screen resolution, for iPhone check the following link...
For BlackBerry, check the following,
Hope it helps u...
Jun 08, 2010 07:39 AM|JLR|LINK
Ok, a good place to start is to read the dotMobi Web Developer's Guide:
Then, two good choices for device detection, is to use either WURFL (Wireless Universal Resource File) or DeviceAtlas. With either of these databases you can determine what sort of mobile is accessing your web site, it's screen size, what sort of graphic's
it prefer, what sort of markup you should use, etc. etc. Then you adapt your content and the method you serve your pages so that the end-user always get the best possible experience.
WURFL is free (one big XML database) but DeviceAtlas is easier to work with, but it is not free.
Jun 09, 2010 02:26 PM|matrixvibe|LINK
I would like to add one more for Device Detection
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.
For more details have a look at