iBBDemo2 is an Adobe Air application that does a good job of emulating the iPhone and iPad web browsing experience. It can be a useful tool for testing Web apps targeting the iOS family of mobile devices. It can also be useful for doing presentations to demo iOS Web apps if you don't have access to a Mac.
This is the first installment in a 3-part series listing library-oriented iPhone applications - all links go to iTunes where you can download the apps. This first article features libraries that have created iPhone apps for their patrons, part two will cover databases and library vendors with iPhone apps, and part three will feature book-related apps. If you know of any other library iPhone apps, please list them in the comments below, and stay tuned next week for part-two!
With the rapid rise in mobile browsers, it has probably never been more important to ensure your sites can be handled on these platforms. By far one of the most popular such browsers is Mobile Safari on the iPhone—this is one of the easiest browsers to develop for: it runs on Webkit (meaning a lot of rich CSS3 support) and it’s only ever on one resolution and on one OS.