Going mobile? Responsive Web Design (RWD) vs HTML5 app approach.

Fast-growing mobile traffic is forcing most websites to refresh their mobile versions that are focused on high-end touch-screen iPhone and Android phones  and move away from the mobile themes that were built for screens of dying Nokia and Blackberry phones. There are two major approaches: Responsive Web Design (RWD) Separate HTML5/JS app (mobile web app, running

Mobile App Development: In Cameroon’s Extreme Environment

Here is an interesting interview/article – A Mobile App Maker In The Extreme Just when I think I have the software landscape in Cameroon pretty well figured out, a guy like Djorwe comes along to turn all my assumptions upside-down. If iPhone development can be done in Cameroon’s Extreme North—about as harsh a computing environment

Mobile App Building: Is not cheap

While many people wonder why ShoutEm can’t just be a freemium service, a term thrown around in today’s startup space, here is a freelance job post on what they termed novice programmers: We are a Venture Capital firm looking for novice programmers with mobile app building experience. At ShoutEm, our system takes the novice out

They Make Apps: And we do too!

They Make Apps is a site that showcases mobile apps and mobile app builders. Here at ShoutEm, we believe the app market is growing daily. We think it’s in everyone’s interest to spread the mobile love, and facilitate the development of other mobile platforms like Blackberry, Android, Symbian, Windows Mobile, and Palm. Hopefully this site

Mobile App Builders: Growing by leaps and bounds

ReadWriteWeb originally posted an article on mobile app builders back in 2009. Since that time, they updated the article in late 2010 with a google spreadsheet – Mobile App Builders/Services where ShoutEm is listed. They said: But focusing on just “DIY” tools for just the iPhone platform is an outdated way of looking at mobile