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    Here are some good resources for anyone interested in developing mobile web apps for the iPhone/iPod Touch. I'm a member of the iPhoneWebDev group so feel free to PM me with questions.

    http://developer.apple.com/iphone/
    Apple's official site for iphone development. This site has great info including apple's developent guidelines for the iphone browser.

    http://groups.google.com/group/iphonewebdev?hl=en
    iPhoneWebDev - A Google Group for iPhone developers. Great exchange of information, including a few examples of iphone mobile apps being developed (keep in mind that all apps developed for this phone will be web-based)

    To develop sites/mobile apps for the iphone, you can test them out using the latest safari brower (OSX and Windows):
    http://www.apple.com/safari/

    CSS3 Propery Chart for iPhone
    http://westciv.com/iphonetests/

    iPhone Developers Wiki
    http://www.kudit.com/wiki/index.php/Main_Page

    Thanks!

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    Seanboy, this is great stuff. Thank you so much for sharing it. I hope others out there take notice of this.

    Considering the iPhone is the hottest web enabled mobile device du jour, embracing its users with content that utilizes the iPhones special capabilities can help build our site brands. This kind of content specialization relative to specific devices will IMO contribute to a sites reach and adoption, be it the iPhone, a BlackJack or a cheesy little nokia like mine. Our typical 1 size fits all mini .mobi sites are fine to start with but we need to learn to adapt content to maximize the experience for users with better devices without completely alienating those with simpler phones. It is a big jump in site complexity but the iPhone seems like a good place to start branching out. As our very own Gerry has previously quipped, "this site is iPhone friendly" seems to be significantly more prescient than I initially considered. I'm making this thread sticky in hopes others will take heed.

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    More links added
    Last edited by seanboy; 07-15-2007 at 06:04 AM.

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    List updated..

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    Thanks Seanboy. This is an amazing resource. Rep added.
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    Just brillliant...!!

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    Something to add more reach to iPhone users is a web clip and here is some info on how to do it. http://developer.apple.com/documenta...nkElementID_30

    And some icon guidelines as well http://developer.apple.com/documenta...06596-CH6-SW31

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    great resources you must add youtube as well in that list, there are many channels which are offering iphone development videos, and are really helpful for people who wish to learn apps development

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    Hey Seanboy
    Sure apps are great resources to earn from smartphone users, but instead of building native apps for iOS platform only you must go for universal apps. PhoneGap is a pretty good platform for that, check it out if you want to target more audience.

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    Great iPhone Development Resources

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