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parseMe is an extra light, browser-based, RSS/Atom feed reader you can use on truly any web-enabled device. The emphasis is on usability with small screen devices, with a usually much slower connection speed, and altogether universal access. The main targets are mobile phones, PDAs ... [More]
This Gadget helps browsing wap webpages on Desktop Computer. It can also be used to browse .mobi websites, Assists Web Design of Pages with Mobile Phone Accessibility. Webmasters can use this to make Mobile Friendly pages.
Right now this is an experimental project as we investigate supporting development of our projects OverviewThe concept behind the mobile currency reader is a cellphone based application that will take a picture of a bill with a camera phone and detect its value automatically. During the SS12 ... [More]
A collection of applications that are being designed for use by blind, low-vision, and deaf-blind users. For more on our projects at the University of Washington, visit here: http://mobileaccessibility.cs.washington.edu/ MobileAccessibility is an entirely different approach to providing useful ... [More]
The W3C Cheat Sheet is an open source tool freely available for Web developers. It provides quick access to useful information from a variety of specifications published by W3C, the leading international Web standards community.
request_from_mobile? True if the request was from a mobile device. mobile_image_tag(image, options) If request_from_mobile? is true, the alt text will be displayed instead of the image. If no alt text, nothing will be rendered. mobile_stylesheet_link_tag(normal_style, mobile_style = nil) If ... [More]
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