eight months of work, one stupid screen. we rethought our mobile platform from the bottom up to support:
- mouse pointer phones (Nokia, Blackberry)
- touch phones (iPhone, iPod, Android, WP7)
- tablets (iPad, Android Tablet)
if everything is a remix, then this project is it: iPhone meets WP7 meets "i don't really care as long as it looks good and works fine".
it's not going to be a wonderful experience on every platform, because not every platform is wonderful. i lost all my love for Android, and i was surprised with WP7. and i'm not talking about software here. because the debate on which is better is pointless. i learned that hardware is also really important. android, sorry, you lose. all because you do not choose your friends wisely.
soon available on m.sapo.pt
11 months ago
What is the time of develop between Webkit VS "The others"?
@Caneco if by webkit your talking about our "touch" branch, it's quite complex because it requires a lot of JS to try and mimic a webapp. the pointer branch is just plain web, no voodoo attached. but i would say that we spent 90% of our time doing the good stuff.
anyway, there are so many ifs when developing for mobile, that my heads explodes quite often... because while you may have statistics telling you that the mobile web is iOS, Android, BB, the reality about Portugal (or at least SAPO) is quite different.
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