Ole Michelsen has created a View Source bookmarklet for the iPad and iPhone with syntax highlighting, formatted/selectable text, and clickable links.
A HTML5 replica of the awesome Clear iPhone app. I was fascinated by the innovative gesture controls and wanted to see if I can implement the look and feel in HTML5 using CSS3 transitions.
My colleague Ariya Hidayat is at it again, explaining the innermost workings of mobile WebKit.
FunctionSource looks at the rumor of a new feature in iOS5 for Mobile Safari: The ability to make an element scrollable (with one finger) by default. The code cited to allow this feature:
If true, this is a giant win impact on the potential user experience of websites seen on the iPhone and iPad.
David B. Calhoun takes a look at the new iOS5 beta, which now includes support for things like position:fixed, overflow:scroll (still not quite perfect), new input type support, web workers, and ECMAScript 5.
A quick review of the Nitro enhancements, new video/AppleTV features, and a note on the removal of the CSS variables feature.
Word started spreading yesterday that the new 4.2 Safari handled WebSockets, but it looks like there was a lot more to the update than met the eye. Can’t wait to play with the accelerometer in browser.