Archive: December 2012

ICEmobile 1.2 Beta Now Available

Posted on Thursday, December 6th, 2012 by Steve Maryka

ICEmobile 1.2 Beta is now available for download.

ICEmobile is an open source project for developing hybrid mobile web applications in Java with JSF and JSP. ICEmobile applications are developed purely using web techniques, but have the look and feel of native applications on iOS, Android, and Blac ... read more

Progressive, Responsive, and Adaptive aspects of ICEmobile

Posted on Wednesday, August 8th, 2012 by Cruz Miraback

ICEmobile components use a variety of approaches to tailor themselves to a specific desktop or mobile browser. (Note that the approach that is best for a framework like ICEmobile that has server-side capability is often different from a pure HTML approach where server-side code is difficult to modify.)

The most efficient is to generate simple, port ... read more

ICEmobile-SX 1.1 on the App Store

Posted on Thursday, August 2nd, 2012 by Cruz Miraback

ICEmobile-SX and ... read more

ICEmobile Accordion and Tabset Tags with Spring-MVC

Posted on Tuesday, July 10th, 2012 by Cruz Miraback

This week, an introduction to the <mobi:accordion> and <mobi:tabset> tag, a set vertical and horizontal layout tags.

Developers using JSF are familar with  using ids as the key into the JSF component object hierarchy. There is also the nicely developed idea that the Renderer developer can completely control the output from their renderer, an ... read more

ICEmobile Spring

Posted on Friday, June 22nd, 2012 by Cruz Miraback

ICEmobile isn’t just for ICEfaces anymore: combining ICEmobile with Spring MVC is another excellent way to build a hybrid mobile application.

To get started, download this week’s source bundle ICEmobile-29638-we ... read more

Easy Augmented Reality with ICEmobile

Posted on Monday, June 4th, 2012 by Cruz Miraback

If science fiction is any indicator, future computer user interfaces will include “augmented reality”, where the user’s view is enhanced by application data. Augmented Reality applications are now very easy to develop with ICEmobile using the new <mobi:augmentedReality> component and the ICEmobile client.

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