Linked by snydeq on Thu 3rd Nov 2011 15:10 UTC
General Development A small company called AppMobi is enabling developers to create HTML5 apps that tap into native hardware and OS capabilities of mobile devices, such as gravity sensing, accelerometer, GPS, camera, sound and vibration, and the file system, InfoWorld reports. 'Its MobiUs browser for iOS implements HTML5's DirectCanvas API for gaming, as well as the HTML5 local storage API for saving executables and data in the browser cache so that apps can run offline. But what makes MobiUs more than just yet another browser is the set of libraries AppMobi provides app developers to access native hardware and enable push messaging from Web apps.'
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by johnnysaucepn on Thu 3rd Nov 2011 16:32 UTC in reply to "..."
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Webforms is dead, the work done there has been integrated into HTML5.

http://developers.whatwg.org/the-input-element.html#attr-input-type

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