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Fake it 'til you make it

by Designer, Developer at Everywhere on Apr 12, 2011

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Diving into creating native-like applications using HTML technologies.

Diving into creating native-like applications using HTML technologies.

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  • jonathansnook Jonathan Snook, Designer, Developer at Everywhere Christopher: It's not really clear what behaviour you're running into. Could you describe what is going wrong? Try just making sure that the orientation javascript is even running by using a console.log or an alert. Once you know that's working, then make sure the CSS is correct by starting with a simple selector like whether .orientleft has a 5px green border and see what happens on orientation.

    WIth that said, iOS5 had a bug where orientation change would resize the viewport awkwardly.

    The technique is a little awkward, which the next slide actually tries to demonstrate and should probably be best just to avoid.
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  • jonathansnook Jonathan Snook, Designer, Developer at Everywhere Danny: The file is a Keynote file, made on the Mac. 3 years ago
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  • dannylei Danny Lei Yeah, it was a great presentation. I was trying to download the slides, but it came down as an 18MB .key file. Is the file corrupted or just the wrong file extension? I tried forcing it to pdf, ppt, doc to no avail. Any help will be appreciated. 3 years ago
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  • westerlund1 Joakim Westerlund, Developer at Mynewsdesk Thanks for sharing! Very nice summary to show the native app fanatic people! 3 years ago
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