Quickoffice announced the release of MobileFiles Pro, said to be the first
application to include editable Office functionality for the iPhone and iPod
The upgrade brings comprehensive editing and saving of Microsoft Office Excel
files in the .xls format, Wi-Fi file transfer to and from a desktop (Mac and
PC), and the ability to access and synchronize with Apple MobileMe accounts.
MobileFiles Pro has .xls editing features including support for over 125
functions, robust format options ranging from font style and cell color
choice to inserting and resizing rows and columns. Users can switch between
sheets in a workbook, revise inputs and recalculate and undo / redo changes.
In addition, MobileFiles Pro features desktop file access and transfer
functionality combined with MobileMe iDisk account access to transfer and
store files to and from the iPhone. Using the... (more)
SoonR announced the SoonR mobile AJAX-enabled interface supports accessing
files and applications including mail on a Mac or PC from Apple’s
“Our vision of the future of mobile applications really shines with
SoonR on the iPhone,” said Martin Frid-Nielsen, CEO of SoonR.
“Leveraging mobile AJAX and without requiring users to install any
software on the phone, SoonR makes the iPhone a platform to deliver
compelling business applications.”
iPhone for Business Users
SoonR’s iPhone users can access the content they need from their
eZ Systems announced they will professionally support eZ Publish running on
Mac OS X Server v10.5 Leopard. In addition, eZ demonstrated eZ Flow (running
on Mac OSX), a new extension for eZ Publish designed for media companies who
need to build complex page layouts and pre-plan publication schedules to
ensure a constant flow of rich content.
Among other features, eZ Flow supports delivery of content to Apple iPhones.
The combination of eZ and Apple technologies is a natural fit for the media
and publishing industries, which value the stability, security and usability
of the Mac O... (more)
Asked at the end of his keynote address on Day Three of AJAXWorld Conference
& Expo 2007 West at the Santa Clara Convention Center in California yesterday
what he thought of the fact that Java doesn't run on the Apple iPhone, Robert
Brewin - Sun's CTO and VP of Software - replied that he thought it was "a
mistake" on Apple's part and that it would make more sense if Java were able
to run on iPhones right from the get-go.|
Brewin went on to assert that the reason for Apple's disinclination to
embrace Java was that "Fundamentally, they don't like open systems," before
touting JavaF... (more)
In this session, you'll see first-hand how to use stylesheets and an easy
arrangement of divs and spans that will let you make your Web application
just like many of the native iPhone applications that come with the phone.
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You'll see how to do the "Edge to Edge" and "Rounded Rectangle" layouts that
are the hallmark of native iPhone applications. You'll also see how to use
the iPhone's Safari Debug Console to get hints on how to improve your web
application as well as point out errors in your HTML and JavaScrip... (more)