Mobile is a difficult, unpredictable beast. Whether you're developing a responsive site, a mobile app or dealing with WebViews, you end up running into annoying technical issues in mobile browsers. Weird bugs, inconsistent CSS/JS support, performance issues, device fragmentation and complicated nuances such as device pixels, viewports, zooming, touch events, pointer/click events and the 300ms delay. Oh my!
The Mobile Web Handbook will help you make sense of it all. It's a brand new practical book to help you deal with technical issues on mobile effectively. Featuring recent research and testing, it shows the intricacies of mobile, with its common problems and workarounds, and delivers what it promises: real-world guidelines for mobile—unique and extremely useful. Jump to the table of contents. Also, you can look inside the book and download a sample chapter first (PDF, 0.2 Mb).
Developing websites for mobile is pretty much the same as it has always been, but it does require you to learn a few new things, and some of them are quite confusing. In Mobile Web Handbook, you’ll learn:
Mobile value chain of operators and device/OS vendors,