Archive for May, 2010

Publishing to mobile devices using Escenic

Written by Jon Arne Sæterås

Product Director

Monday, May 31st, 2010

A short video from the NAB 2010 show in Las Vegas. The video gives an overview of how Escenic can publish content to hand-held devices as well as desktop devices, all from the same workflow.

Video by Vizrt

Mobiletech Frame Course, June 8th

Written by Jon Arne Sæterås

Product Director

Wednesday, May 26th, 2010

More information and registration:

This one day course is an unique opportunity to learn the latest techniques and tools from some of the developers of one of the most successful mobile frameworks around. You will learn about mobile web development in general, but we will use most of the day to learn about Mobiletechs mobile web framework.

  • Overview of the mobile landscape
  • Develop using Frame Widgets
  • Device detection and adaptation
  • Extending Widgets and creating your own Widgets
  • Using HTML5 features
  • Developing for iPad and tablets
  • Testing

Who should attend:

This is a customer event for developers with web experience. Java and JSP knowledge is recommended. Prior experience with Mobiletechs Framework is not required.

Speaker: Anders Magnus Andersen

Anders is the head developer in Mobiletech’s Stockholm office and is also the technical product manager of “Mobiletechs Mobile Web Framework”. During his 5 years at Mobiletech, Anders has amassed a wealth of technical and market knowledge about the mobile web. Anders has a CV full of award-winning mobile sites in Scandinavia, and is a key figure in Mobiletech’s technical development.

Mobiletech announces iPad and tablet support

Written by Jon Arne Sæterås

Product Director

Monday, May 3rd, 2010

Mobiletech has the pleasure of announcing iPad support in our mobile web development framework!
We have discussed the iPad, and whether it is a mobile device or not earlier, and now we have concluded. The user experience is so much better when you handle the iPad (and other tablets) as a mobile device and honoring and utilizing the unique capabilities available. The iPad has, as the iPhone, a touch based interaction model. Hence, a web page made for mouse and keyboard will not work well.
We did a proof of concept together with Escenic for the NAB show in Las Vegas a few weeks back. This proved to be a huge sucess! So now, we have concluded on our discussion; Mobiletech will support the iPad and other tablets out there in our product offering.
The iPad support is avalable in the current release of Mobiletech Frame. Watch the video and the screen shots below.


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