Some people ask “How do I use PHP and MySQL to create a mobile app?”.
You might be asking this because you are a programmer who wants to streamline their apps as much as possible and put some of the workload on your server. Maybe you are new to programming and want to use your newly honed PHP/MySQL skills. Or may you are a business manager who doesn’t want your programmers to waste a bunch of time learning new languages. (more…)
“Mobile standards” cropped up several years ago, but even today there is a struggle to gain following. There is a vague overall definition, as various different pieces of web development have taken different approaches.
First of all, your HTML web standards remain the same, although you can find a variety of extra possible settings (Google Search: Mobile Doctype). You can leave your website in it’s current HTML form and allow the mobile browser to resize it accordingly, or you can “detect” when a mobile user is accessing a page, and server up a custom mobile-friendly page. Even if you choose the simple approach and just let the mobile browser work it’s magic, you will probably need to make some minor adjustments anyway too your website’s layout, font sizes and a few more things. (more…)