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Device APIs: what is already, and what is not yet

by mobile web expert and software designer on Nov 12, 2013

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One of the main weaknesses of mobile web apps is that mobile browsers can access a limited amount of the device’s native features and information (orientation and geolocation for example). In this ...

One of the main weaknesses of mobile web apps is that mobile browsers can access a limited amount of the device’s native features and information (orientation and geolocation for example). In this talk I will tell you how the W3C and browser vendors are working to let mobile web apps access all of the device’s native features, such as camera, microphone, address book, calendar or system information, such as network connection and battery level, through a set of so-called Device APIs. I will also show you some javascript code and the compatibility across mobile browsers.

Mobile Tea #7: http://www.meetup.com/codeinvaders/events/145385632/

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