Yes - blackberry use webkit too. Microsoft is the lone hold out\nImportant to note that webkit is not an open source browser, \nbut an open source browser engine kit. \nSafari and Chrome are not identical.\n
Test, test, test.\nAnalogs are a convenience tool but not a substitute for device testing. \n(turn phone side ways)\n
Very similar to WEINRE in function. I thought it was WEINRE version 2.0 or something at first\n
This is a must have if you are supporting the iPhone!\n\n
Beginning jQuery Mobile
Beginning jQuery Mobile or Enough to Get You Started,but not Enough to Make You Dangerous
Who Am I?I am a Microsoft Certiﬁed Solution Developerand I’ve been developing software since 1979.Since 2009, I have been focused on developingmobile applications, for iPhone, Android,Windows Phone 7, and the mobile web.
What We Won’t Cover• The Server Side• HTML5 in Depth• Validation• Device Apps
What We Will Cover• jQuery Mobile Intro.• How it Works• Form Elements• List Magic• Multi-Page Apps• Events
What We Will Cover• The Kernel• The ThemeRoller• Debugging• Performance Tips• Summary• Links
Quick Intro to jQuery MobileA uniﬁed, HTML5-based user interface systemfor all popular mobile device platforms, built onthe rock-solid jQuery and jQuery UIfoundation. Its lightweight code is built withprogressive enhancement, and has a ﬂexible,easily theme-able design.
AnaloguesDon’t assume that if it works on the analog,it will work on the device. Always test on adevice.
Adobe Shadow• Chrome Extension + iOS app & Android app• WEINRE with a better UI• Inspection of HTML/CSS• Remote console.log• NOT A DEBUGGER
iWebInspector• Runs only on the iOS Simulator• Inspection of HTML/CSS• Remote console.log• True Remote Debugging
Opera Mobile Emulator• Runs using desktop Opera & Opera Mobile or Opera Mobile Emulator• Inspection of HTML/CSS• Remote console.log• True Remote Debugger