Mobile Web Best Practices (W3C) baseline available to subscribers

Last updated 15th of December, 2011

Mobile Web Best Practices (W3C) baseline available to subscribers

In October 2010, the W3C released the “Mobile Web Best Practices” recommendation. This document was meant to aid developers in creating “rich” mobile applications for the web.

It is not a set of guidelines we have had requests for before, but we are happy to announce that a MWBP baseline is now available to all subscribers.

As always, not all of the checkpoints in the recommendation can be automatically tested. Even so, we believe this new baseline will be of help to mobile web developers.

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