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.
Hilo, Hawai`i, August 12, 2012. Local startup CheckSavvy launched a project on Indiegogo.com at
http://indegogo.com/checksavvy hoping to raise $25,000 to launch their unique secure IVR and SMS services. "With Interactive Voice Response, we can ensure delivery of payment…
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
I was fascinated the first time a friend demonstrated Square to me. She attached the card reader to the top of her iPhone, swiped a credit card through, and showed me the user interface for the transaction. Amazing.
Any new idea clashes with old thinking. The same thing is happening again with mobile payments. The New York Times again had excellent coverage:…Continue
Added by L.P. "NEENZ" FALEAFINE on January 12, 2010 at 8:18am — No Comments
Today's mobile market (North American) is dominated by one phone, the iPhone. With it's intuitive design, trademark Apple sleekness, and App Store, it has stolen the hearts of many consumers, and turned countless Blackberry users into Apple maniacs. Case in point my father Greg. But many developers have been dissatisfied with Apple's Microsoft like monopolistic closed policies and forced use of proprietary software. Enter… Continue
You can pretty much count on a new 3G iPhone come Monday. But redesigned MacBooks? Don't bet on it. Here's my take on what Steve Jobs will announce during his much-anticipated keynote at the Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco.
Added by GenePhillips on June 8, 2008 at 2:59am — No Comments
Yesterday Softbank Mobile announced that they will start iPhone service in Japan this year. With 18 million customers, Softbank is the third largest carrier in the country after Docomo and KDDI. The Japanese iPhone will be the 3G (WCMDA) version. A lot of people speculated that Docomo would be the carrier for iPhone, but Docomo simply thought Apple was asking for too much in the revenue share agreement. Apple has been playing Docomo and Softbank off… Continue