|Yes, yes, once again, long time and no blog. As usual, I was swamped: too many things to do, too little time…||
Apart from the municipal campaign and business as usual (which keep me quite busy), I’ve been playing with my iPhone like the kid I’m pretending to be.
Since the official SDK has not been announced yet, I’ve been testing Joe Hewit‘s Toolkit and Apple’s Guidelines to build web applications. But I was quickly stopped by the lack of available FOSS testing tools…
So, I started a new pet project: creating a small tool to simulate the iPhone embedded browser’s behaviour and test these web apps.
Here goes an early preview of Phoney (asked by the geek gang 😉 ):
This is early pre-alpha quality stuff and uses a really dirty hack ™ to make the user-agent match the iPhone’s.
Source code available as soon as things are somehow stabilized and a SVN account is set up.
Meanwhile, here goes a preview of the Tango icon (based on Jonathan Zuniga’s artwork) that goes with it:
This, also, is a draft. Stay tuned for more…