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This is a guest post by David Pfahler and Stephan Bönnemann.

Why you’d like to use HTML5 audio in iOS 5

It’s all about apps these days. The question is whether you want to make the commitment and investment (of learning a new language) to program natively for one platform or leverage the web dev skills you already have? HTML5 is the way to go if you sympathize with the latter.

EmbedJS 0.2 and AMD

During JSConf.eu, we released EmbedJS 0.2. That release was mainly about a fundamental architectural change: the move to the AMD pattern for our features. Let me explain why we decided to do this, why we think this is a big step forward and what this means for the user.

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Coworking, Spanish geeks and more

After the MWC in Barcelona I moved my working place to Valencia for a week, a little further south. That is already a while ago, but still I wanted to write a little bit about all the experiences. Not last because I very much want to thank all the people who I have met, who […]

What is WAC and how it could help us

At Mobile World Congress 2011 in Barcelona, @uxebu attended the WAC event to catch up with the future of WAC. WAC, short for Wholesale Applications Community, is a group of global mobile operators. They provide, among other things, a spec for their correspondent web application runtime “WAC”. Recently the new WAC 2.0 Spec got out […]

Travel with uxebu – We are hiring!

Yesterday HP announced the new WebOS devices in San Francisco. Nikolai and Stephan had been there (and they are still there). MWC starts on Monday. Six out of seven of the uxebus will be there in Barcelona, all week, one apartment, sea view and fun. After JSConf in Portland (at least) three of us are […]

Explaining EmbedJS

Last week, we tagged the current state of EmbedJS 0.1. This is a large step for us, and something we have been waiting for and wanting to do for a long time. And with doing so, the need arises to answer a lot of questions – and we better start sooner than later. So, here […]

My first iPhone

Just a couple of days ago we bought an iPhone4 for those of uxebu who wanted or needed one. I got me one too and I really need it I am serious – showing our apps is much easier when having my own phone instead of asking the customer to install a certain app from […]

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BlackBerry6, WebKit, WebWorks, DevCon10, etc.

The BlackBerry DevCon 2010 closed it’s doors a couple of days ago and to put the conclusion first, I have become a new evangelist for the BlackBerry6 platform. It supports W3C widgets, well … in a way ;). The core message I took away: web technologies have become first class citizens on the new BlackBerry […]

BarCamp Munich 2010 – seen through JavaScript and mobile eyes

First and foremost big thanks to the organizers and sponsors of this awesome BarCamp. It almost seems as if BarCamps have already passed their tipping point, but still every time I discover new and interesting things, I meet people who attend for the first time and are excited about it, which makes it really awesome […]

uxebu is hiring

JSConf is just around the corner and all the JavaScript geeks are meeting there. We from uxebu are going there too, of course :). We are going to give four cool talks David Aurelio (of TouchScroll fame) – Interface Styling & Scripting for WebKit Mobile Jens Arps (our storage expert) – The hitchhiker’s guide to […]

SWDC 2010 Stockholm

Thanks to Peter Peter Svensson for organizing and making SWDC 2010 in Stockholm happen and especially thanks for inviting us to speak there. We had a blast. A crowd of about 100 people saw some very interesting talks, ranging from Node.js, YQL, Chrome extensions, HTML5 to PhoneGap, I guess everybody heard something new and interesting.

Forgotten tricks for iPhones Safari

Safari om the iPhone is an incredible powerful browser and comes with a whole bunch of features. Besides the amazing support for CSS3, a superfast rendering engine and great JavaScript support, there are a few hidden gems I want to explain in this (and maybe following) blogposts. If you are interested in mobile web development, […]

TouchScroll, a scrolling layer for WebKit mobile [update]

[Update 2010-09-17:] Check the new version. Dion Almaer was faster than me blogging about TouchScroll. Here is what you are waiting for – the “official” blog post about TouchScroll and the link to the repository. Here it is: TouchScroll, our scrolling layer for WebKit Mobile. It is JavaScript/CSS 3 based and allows for fixed elements […]

Developing Widgets for Bada Devices

Developing Widgets for Bada Devices