Monday, July 16, 2007

RadControls on the iPhone (updated)

This is one series that you don't want to miss if you're building applications that might be accessed by the 1,000,000+ iPhone users out there. Even if you're "above" the iPhone mania that is pervasive on the Internet and in the press, you must face the reality that this new device will introduce many "average users" to the fact that you can browse the web with a cell phone mobile internet media communications device. Join me as I look at all of the RadControls on the iPhone and pass judgment on those that work, those that kinda work, and those that you should avoid if you want to keep your "overwhelmingly happy" iPhone users...overwhelmingly happy.

And yes, I bought and iPhone and love it.

Read 'RadControls on iPhone: Part 1'

Read 'RadControls on iPhone: Part 2'

Read 'RadControls on iPhone: Part 3'


Lino said...

Check this out

Todd Anglin said...


Very cool link! Glad to see ActiveFocus is working well on the iPhone.

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DocTalk said...

Do you have a sample iPhone template using the RadControls?


Todd Anglin said...


Not sure what type of "template" you're looking for. Could you be more specific? In general, I don't have anything specifically designed to accelerate iPhone development with the RadControls, but perhaps I can help if you have some specific questions.