Remote debugging is the process of viewing & editing the code behind a website on your own computer, but from a separate device. As mobile devices and mobile browsing continues to see exponential growth, it's becoming increasingly important to test and debug your web apps via remote debugging, since there's no way to inspect a webpage's resources on a physical mobile device. Here are a few techniques I use for testing & debugging web apps on mobile devices today.
Good Morning! Hope everyone had a great Columbus Day! Im new to Tech Hui and am very excited to join in on this great community and converse back and forth with Hawaii's most talented minds! I recently developed an app for the Android Platform designed to save lives. Its called Monkey Message, which is a text to voice app created for our drivers in Hawaii to stay safe while commuting. You're probably thinking "Well Bob, this isnt anything new, Siri does it, Vingo does it, whats the…Continue
Added by Bob Cleaves on October 9, 2012 at 9:31am — No Comments
Are you a Hawaii-based developer or publisher of mobile apps? Do you develop for iOS, Android, Windows Phone (hee hee), Blackberry (HA!) or Symbian (srsly?)?
If so, let me know! I'm developing a feature story for AlohaStartups.com to highlight all of the great apps being created in Hawaii and want to include everyone. Whether you've coded from scratch, used…Continue
Added by Jason Rushin on May 25, 2012 at 11:14am — No Comments
From the phone to the cloud, where will developers look for a unified, unencumbered platform?
What are the implications of Oracle's lawsuit on the future of robust multi-targeted virtual machines in the software universe? This is a question I've been asking myself over the past few weeks. The vast majority of software written today runs on one of a few runtime environments - the JVM (Java's runtime), the…