Monthly Archives: May 2006

June 2006 Mobile Monday

The info for the June 2006 Silicon Valley Mobile Monday is up. The topic is handset hardware, in particular info about what hardware is out there right now. Not just out there in the market, but out in people’s hands … Continue reading

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Some Slight Madgat Updates

I put up the 0.4 version of Madgat this evening. There are some small fixes for relative URL handling. GET argument rewrite URLs (ones that start with a question mark) weren’t being handled correctly, now they are. That one seems … Continue reading

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Device Adaptation Makes Sites Less Transparent

I’ve been waiting for a while to see the FIFA stuff, which was rumoured to be very mobile-friendly. So when Christian posted about the FIFA site being up I headed over there and poked around for a while. Great site! … Continue reading

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Mobile Monday in India

A couple of folks in India (Rajan and Rajiv) have started talking about setting up a Mobile Monday chapter in India. If you’re over in that area send them a message if you’re interested. Or if you know others in … Continue reading

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Wifi Devices and Mobility

I’m in the middle of a trip to the east coast of the US. Normally I bring my phone and my laptop with me, and because I’m normally just wandering around visiting family I’m never too far from my laptop. … Continue reading

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Madgat: session handling, cookies, “don’t strip” setting

Few updates to Madgat this afternoon: session handling – now returns a cookie and uses the session behind that to save state/settings cookies – uses the curl built in cookie handling to manage cookies manipulated by the target site option … Continue reading

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FlashLite Bundling

When we had the Mobile Monday session on FlashLite and SVG one of the questions I had for folks was bundling. If I have users who want to use my app, but don’t currently have FlashLite support on their handset, … Continue reading

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Posting Video Directly from a Nokia 6680

I saw Charlie’s post pointing to an article at Avec Mobile about uploading video from a camera phone to YouTube. I remembered that while playing around with Opera Mobile I was able to upload photos directly from the phone using … Continue reading

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Image Resizing

I just added image resizing to the transcoder I just started playing with. It doesn’t figure out the target size of the image using anything resembling the technique I think makes sense long term. But it does resize the images … Continue reading

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Mobile Transcoder

I just started working on a mobile transcoder of my very own. It’s based on Phonifier, so anyone familiar with that set of code should see a lot of the same stuff in madgat. My version doesn’t do a bunch … Continue reading

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