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July 4, 2013 iOS , Mobile , Mobile Development no responses # , , , , ,

Pixate – Dynamic UIs For Native Mobile Apps

Pixate is a free platform for creating the user interface of native mobile apps with CSS. It is actually a graphics engine that transforms CSS into scalable graphics, bitmap effects and more.

The app can be built with any tool/language (Objective-C, Titanium, etc.) and Pixate will work with all of them.

Pixate
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February 21, 2013 Design , Icons no responses # ,

IconBeast Lite – 300 Free iPhone Icons

IconBeast Lite is a high-quality and free iPhone icons set that iOS developers will probably like so much.

It is the smaller version of IconBeast Pro (that has 1700 items) but still has lots of icons (300). There are items from actions to arrows, charts, devices, social networks and more.

They are in PNG format, sized 30*30px and free yet require attribution when used. If you liked the quality of the set and still need more icons, make sure to check outВ IconBeast Pro | 1700 iPhone icons.

IconBeast Lite

December 20, 2012 Android , iOS , Mobile , Mobile Development , PHP no responses # , , , ,

PHP Class For Mobile Device Detection: Mobile_Detect

Mobile_Detect is an open source PHP class for detecting mobile devices.

It uses the User-Agent string combined with various HTTP headers in order to detect the mobile environment. The class canВ easily understand whether the platform is mobile, tablet or desktop.

PHP Mobile Detect

Also, functions exist for detecting whether it is iPad, iPhone, Android, Blackberry, etc.

And, we can even drill-down to the versions of the platforms and browsers if needed.

It has a huge library of devices (including Nook, Nexus, Kindle, Archos..) and browsers for a stable detection.

December 3, 2012 JavaScript , Mobile no responses # , , , , ,

jQ.Mobi – jQuery-like JavaScript Framework For Mobile

jQuery Rewritten, Ground-Up, for Mobile HTML5 on iOS and Android devices. This is how jQ.Mobi defines itself and gives a good insight on what it is.

It is a fresh and open source JavaScript framework – developed by appMobi – that focuses on providing a great experience on both of the dominant mobile operating systems with a tiny footprint and code efficiency.

jQ.Mobi

Compared to jQuery Mobile (24kb), it is much smaller in size with only 3.5kb (both minified and gzipped) and covers most features with the same syntax.

When it comes to speed, jQ.Mobi is impressive there as well and mentioned to be 3x faster on Android and 2.2x faster on iOS. The framework also has a UI library (again smaller in size) and includes plugins for mobile interactions and interfaces


Website: jQ.Mobi

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