I had a project at work that required inspecting a web page on an actual mobile device instead of in an emulator or simulator. I found a lot of other instructions on how to do this but most were outdated, complicated, or both. This is my attempt at a straightforward, visual walkthrough.Continue reading “How to inspect Safari on iOS from your Mac”
Stop Running in Circles and Ship Work that Matters
— Read on basecamp.com/shapeup
Fantastic tactical guide! I’d love to work on a team that practices this.
This is a bundle of 14 feeds I follow on Google Reader for design and development jobs:
Now you can easily subscribe and follow them too. Any good sites I should add?
The beta has new themes and demos, support for new events, including swipe detection and page transitions, and new options for fullscreen mode, including icon and startup screen. jQTouch is written in HTML5, CSS3, and jQuery. Check out the demo video to see it in action!