MVC :: Design A View For Web Application For Mobile Browsers
Mar 10, 2010
designing a view for Mobile browsers in ASP.NET MVC framework. I am new to this mobile web application development. I learned already how to provide a diffrent view when the request comes from a mobile browser. but now i need to learn, how to design the view with a good look and feel. I have demo this weekend with my client so i would appriciate if some one respond imidiately.
can't connect to sql 2005 express sp1 and vs is also sp1. 2) Which my guess is because of the database connection not being able... design view is not able to pull in the application for design, it's as if there is no theme and css just white background and black print.
I am designing ASP.net Web pages and not sure if this would be the right way to do this.I am designing the web sites that will be accessed from either regular computers or mobile devices (phone).I was thinking to detect at very first page that whether users are coming from mobile browser or regular browser and direct to appropriate pages. So for mobile users, create/display separate UIs (rearrange controls to fit on mobile device) and for regular users, create/display separate UIs. The backend functionalities will be same, but just the UIs. Therefore, in this case I will create two separate projects in same solution, one for mobile UIs, and other one for regular UIs, but same code behinds.
So I'd like to redirect mobile users to a different page. But instead of trying to detect any number of mobile browsers, I'd just like to see if the user is using IE, Firefox, Safari, Chrome, or Opera; all other users go to the mobile site. My biggest problem is detecting regular Safari from mobile Safari.
We have our site which user accesses from desktop browser as www.domainname.org now I am working on mobile version of the same. I came to know that some mobile sites have URL as [URL] so i thought of making our site as accessible from both domainnames I am using WS 2008 & IIS 7.0.
I have an existing web site and I would like to create a mobile version of it that is more suitable. For instance, the main site uses drop-down menus and we all know those are quite the fail on mobile devices.I would like to redirect to my mobile version (it will be a subdomain of the current site) if I detect a request from a mobile browser. So when they Google something and come to my site, they will automatically see the mobile version (just like Wikipedia).Does ASP.NET provide an easy way of doing this
I'm writing a web site (ASP.NET/C#) that is specifically targeted at mobile phones.On the master page I have put an ASP menu. This works fine in IE8 and Firefox, but when I try viewing it from my Nokia browser, while the menu is visible, its behavior is incorrect: I tap on the menu to open it, and instead of opening the next level of menus, the control disappears altogether!Interestingly, I got the same behavior using Chrome on my computer.I haven't yet tried on Safari, but the message is already pretty clear: the ASP.NET menu control doesn't work on the Nokia browser, and that is a showstopper. What alternatives do I have? It needs to work on Nokia, Safari and Opera, at least.I saw in a similar question that someone suggested writing a custom server control. Nice idea, I'm sure... but how do you explain that to this ASP.NET newbie?
i have visual studio 2008 and ms office 2007..when i try to develop a web application in vs 2008, i didnt able to open the design view of the web page.. i can only able to see the source view..came to know by googling as, there is some compatibility issues between vs 2008 and ms office 2007 in web authoring components.
I downloaded VWD 2008 express months ago. Don't know what happened but my design view went.I have reinstalled the application several times but no success. I posted this problem on several forums and got many suggestions like uninstall office 2007, reinstall web authoring component, install n et.framework 3.5 which is not compatible with Win7 and does not install, so I have net.framework 4.0. I tried to bburn the iso file installation package, burnt it to a dvd and install it from the media, nothing.My pc is a Compaq Presario CQ61 Notebook running Win7 Home Edition.
i am going to start first mobile application.Already Vs 2008 installed, but no Mobile SDK.So please tell which SDK i have to install to start up my first mobile application?Or some VS 2008 plugin requires for Mobile application
I'm using Visual Studio 2008, and when I select/highlight something in design view and switch to source view it does not highlight and scroll to the selected item. This makes it really hard to change stuff in source view, and it's very inconvenient at worst
Split view and design view doesn't work.I installed and uninstalled Office 2003 and 2007 once but there's no office in my computer now.-I have Microsoft Studio Web Authoring Component installed.(12.0.4518.1066)(Uninstalled and installed it twice)-My computer-properties-Advenced system settings-environment variables-system variables-path is;
[code]... What is the problem,how can i fix it? I tried everything in other posts.
We are creating an web application in VS 2008 to be used in smart phone. We are not using any MOBILE templates. The issue we are facing is the controls get to the top left corner of the page and is so tiny in other browsers but NOT IE. We have to ZOOM in the page to read the text and the access the controls. In IE it gets to the controls to be viewed. (We had issues here too, but not sure what fixed, but now it gets auto zoomed). Any lights on what need to be done to acheive this?
I need to develop an application, which will get records (orders) from one application and process them. The updates to this records (order updates) will be sent back to the source application for end customer reference. I'm planning to achieve this data synchronization at the database level using triggers and stored procedures to insert database between the 2 databases.
But, the issue is I have to deploy this application in 3 different customer sites and I have to change the database names (cannot use the same database name) in each deployment manually. Because of this deployment issue, I was thinking of handling this within the asp.net application where I can store the db name in the database and then build the query within the application, but I dont want to do it as building queries like that doesnt look very professional.
Is it possible to embed an external application inside the browser (IE, Chrome, Safari, Firefox) so it will look like a native web application but actually having access to the USB ports of the client machine? I have heard that I need to make an ActiveX control. I would like to use the .Net framework, but if that is not possible, maybe using Java or C++ will be fine.
I have to make an application that will allow to the users to connect an external device to an USB port, this device will take a backup of the information contained in a SIM card and send it to the user's account online agenda. So the user can restore it later using the same application. This should be a web application or at least look like one.
If the first is not possible. Is there any way to launch an external application from all the browsers, and then pass information to the browser window to allow it to refresh after the backup has been made?
I have 2 views(2 view pages) in first view page I will display some names in this page i will have add button after clicking on add button it will redirect to another page (2nd view page) in this i will display multi selected list or listview then i will select multiple items from multi selected list now this selected items has to bind with first view names and display updated list in 1st page?
My question is this selected items in 2nd view page has to bind with 1st view page and display how to do this using mvc razor for mobile application?