Using the CSS3 media queries we can accomplish orientation detection with only CSS but instead of looking at the unsupported orientation property we can use the min-width and max-width propertities to our advantage to detect what orientation the user is currently in.
Ideally, site authors would be able to meet the growing demand for a quality mobile experience without changing a line of code. But the reality is that a site designed specifically with mobility in mind will always provide a much better user experience to mobile users, even when they are equipped with the device du jour.
To improve the experience of users visiting your website from an iPhone, it is necessary to evaluate how your content will display on these devices. This will allow you to identify areas in which your content can be optimized more effectively.
Need to test for iOS, but don't have a fancy mobile device of your own? If you already have a Mac, you can test on the iOS simulator for free!
I don’t know much about Visual.ly other than their promo video is very nice, and it will likely become a daily haunt for me.
They’re looking for beta signups at this point.