Paul will suggest that it’s all about HTML5 & CSS3 to anybody who stands still for long enough, though he will defer to talking about building for mobile in the context of iOS, Android and Windows Phone. Paul offers all manner of web development services out of 3Easy Web Org and is the Editor in Chief of BuildMobile.com.

Paul's articles

  1. 8 Ace Videos from Breaking Development

    Check out videos of the presentations from 8 industry heavyweights at the Breaking Development conference held back in April 2011 in Dallas Texas. Every one of them is goldmine of information for mobile web developers today.

  2. BuildMobile: jQuery Mobile Components

    Hello. This is the second in a short run of articles aimed at explaining the basics of jQuery Mobile. In the introductory article Hello jQuery Mobile we covered getting set up, page structures, navigation, transitions and basic list views. In so doing, we built out a reference site, which demonstrates the use of CSS to create shapes without images

  3. jQuery Mobile Components

    Wherein we continue getting to know jQuery Mobile with a whistlestop tour of the components available, and further development of the reference site CSS3 Shapes takes place. Extra credits for cloning the GitHub repository for local demos and docs.

  4. BuildMobile: Web Directions South 2011

    Web Directions South is “The Australian Web Industry Conference”, running October 11–14 in 2011, and its in Sydney. There are two days of workshops, two days of conference with four in depth tracks, keynotes, an expo and a veritable smorgasboard of social stuff. There is probably no better way to keep abreast of the latest technologies & techniques than to attend a conference, wherein you can listen to subject matter experts presenting, then follow that up by discussing it all with like minded professionals over drinks. In the southern hemisphere, you can’t beat Web Directions South.

  5. BuildMobile: Mobile Web Apps: Build Mobile Book

    In the seventh and final excerpt from the book “ Build Mobile Websites and Apps for Smart Devices ” by Earle Castledine , Myles Eftos and Max Wheeler we draw to an abrupt close. BuildMobile has published the entire chapter “Mobile Web Apps” from the book.The final section, “We Have an App!” 7. We Have an App! We’ve taken our mobile website and transformed it into a decent mobile app that our users are going to love. Not too shabby, and we’ve only just picked at the surface

  6. BuildMobile: The Build Mobile Muster

    The TouchPad from HP heads to market on Friday, that’s today. It looks pretty cool, and Jason Snell has an optimistic review at Macworld , with many points to recommend it. WebOS opens the door to Web Standards developers, which may deepen the wealth of apps.

  7. The Build Mobile Muster

    This is a short list of links to recent stories relevant to the mobile space. There is a wealth of mobile news out there to get through, and we won’t cover it all, but if you haven’t seen these stories already, then you didn’t pass muster.

  8. The BuildMobile Muster

    This is a short list of links to recent stories relevant to the mobile space. There is a wealth of mobile news out there to get through, and we won’t cover it all, but if you haven’t seen these stories already, then you didn’t pass muster.