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Features / Usability

Features / Usability


Mobile Tikiwiki - is it functional at the moment

posts: 96 Romania
Well I guess the title says it all, is the hawiki module working now. Will it work in Tikiwiki 1.9?
posts: 2881 United Kingdom

Wiki and articles I think work well atm.

Damian

posts: 4618 Japan

Also Blogs can be viewed (tested here with Japanese cell phone and Tiki 1.8.3). No problem except that some blogs displayed and others didn't — it may have been a problem of the file size being too large for my phone to accept. I didn't check out the content/size differences in the blogs yet.

Anybody expecting a significant amount of mobile access might want to put together specific blogs, etc. for it. At least in Japan it's common for commercial sites to have separate web pages for Vodafone, Docomo, etc. because apparently the image (Smileys, etc.) codes vary from one vendor to the next. I noticed if I send an email from my phone to my regular email client, I see the alphanumeric code instead of the image. If I made a "Vodafone" blog, I could enter the code and I imagine visitors using that phone would see the image. Would be fun to play with, though not practical unless you expected a lot of that kind of traffic.

-- Gary

> Damian:
> Wiki and articles I think work well atm.
>
> Damian


posts: 4618 Japan

Also Blogs can be viewed (tested here with Japanese cell phone and Tiki 1.8.3). No problem except that some blogs displayed and others didn't — it may have been a problem of the file size being too large for my phone to accept. I didn't check out the content/size differences in the blogs yet.

Anybody expecting a significant amount of mobile access might want to put together specific blogs, etc. for it. At least in Japan it's common for commercial sites to have separate web pages for Vodafone, Docomo, etc. because apparently the image (Smileys, etc.) codes vary from one vendor to the next. I noticed if I send an email from my phone to my regular email client, I see the alphanumeric code instead of the image. If I made a "Vodafone" blog, I could enter the code and I imagine visitors using that phone would see the image. Would be fun to play with, though not practical unless you expected a lot of that kind of traffic.

-- Gary

> Damian:
> Wiki and articles I think work well atm.
>
> Damian