Tag Archives: Software Development

More About iPhone Web Apps — Now With Startup Screens

Six Revisions has a great new article about building native-app-like web apps for the iPhone. Most of the information was familiar to me from prior research, but I did learn a very cool new thing. You can define a startup screen for your web application. This is huge because it mitigates the sluggish feeling you […]
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Introducing Mapper

Mapper is a nod to my nerdity. It’s what my friends and I use for our battle maps while playing D&D over Google Wave. It’s an incredibly simple Wave gadget — the digital equivalent of moving pennies and nickels around on a piece of graph paper. But it works, and really the only thing I […]
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The Issues of iPhone Web Apps

My approach with Shop Shark was inspired by Google’s iPhone-friendly version of Buzz. With Buzz, Wave, and Voice, Google has taken to making iPhone-friendly web apps rather than native iPhone apps. I decided to follow their lead and have been working on Shop Shark as a web page that’s optimized for Mobile Safari and can […]
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Introducing Shop Shark

The first project I’d like to write about on this blog is my foray into iPhone-friendly web apps. It’s called Shop Shark, and it is a shopping list app. The concept is that it will let you easily add items that you need to shop for at the moment you realize you need them, and […]
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The Softest Werewolf

Oh hey! Welcome to my development blog. My name is Jeff Fal, and I’m an Information Architect and Front-End Developer working in Denver. I’ve got some web application projects I’m working on in my free time, and I’ll be documenting a lot of that work here. THAT IS ALL.
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