When it comes to adapting Web sites to go mobile for smart phones or tablets, there are two radically different technical solutions. Neither one is inherently superior to the other; they both have advantages and disadvantages. The nature of your Web project should guide your choice. The buzz over the last years has been all about responsive design, leaving dynamic serving far behind; but this solution is a significant asset in some situations.
Lately, we’ve been hearing more and more about Progressive Web Apps, and since Apple is finally onside, there’s no doubt they’ll soon be coming to a smartphone screen near you.
So you have a great idea for an application… but how do you get it funded? This is the first of three articles on funding mobile/Web applications. First, we’ll cover the groundwork required to obtain development funding, then, we’ll discuss current funding options, and finally, we’ll address the profitability and monetization of mobile/Web applications.
There is definitely no more support for Windows Phone 8.1, Windows 10 Mobile has an uncertain future, the Lumia reached the end of the line last May… the days of Microsoft Windows phones are apparently numbered.