블로그 이미지
IT가 이끌어갈 미래 사회를 내다 봅니다. 인간 본성을 새롭게 끌어갈 IT 세상으로의 변화를 가늠해 봅니다.
우주인토마스
Custom Search

Recent Comment

Recent Trackback

Archive

calendar

          1 2
3 4 5 6 7 8 9
10 11 12 13 14 15 16
17 18 19 20 21 22 23
24 25 26 27 28 29 30
Custom Search

'Application'에 해당되는 글 7건

  1. 2009.02.20 MWC - 오프라인 G-mail 지원 iPhone 어플 공개
  2. 2008.12.24 XRoad의 iPhone용 네비게이션 발매
2009.02.20 20:32 모발꼼

구글은 애플과 함께 함께 "오프라인에서 실행하는 iPhone용 Gmail"을 공개했습니다.

 

어플리케이션을 설치하고

iPhone을 에어플레인 모드로 둔 상태에서

Web Browser인 Safari를 열어 Gmail 계정을 실행하면

읽거나 수정할 수 있고, 메일을 써 놓은 후

나중에 에어플레인 모드를 열고 통신이 개시되면 자동으로 G-mail과 싱크됩니다.

그럼 "보내기"로 설정했던 메일은 자동으로 보내지고,

On-line 상의 G-mail과 iPhone 내부의 G-mail 계정도 Sync되죠

 

어쩐지 오프라인에서도 메일을 지원하는 이런 방식은 유행이 될 것 같습니다.

(안드로이드를 사용하는 HTC Magic에서도 지원됩니다.)

 

[출처 : 애플인사이더]

 

Google on Wednesday demonstrated how a future version of Gmail could soon run offline on mobile browsers compatible with HTML5, including the iPhone's mobile Safari browser.

Vice president of engineering Vic Gundotra called it a "technical concept" that Google has "never shown publicly before" during a live demo at the 2009 GSMA Mobile World Congress, which can be seen in the video from iPhone Buzz (below).

As the audience watched, the executive brought up Gmail in the mobile version of Safari and then switched his iPhone into Airplane Mode, which disables all forms of wireless transmissions. He then returned to Safari and was able to access and manipulate e-mails from within his Gmail account, making changes that would later synchronize once his iPhone's network access was re-established.

Facilitating this functionality are three emerging Web standards, he explained, namely the W3C Database specification and W3C App Cache specification, both of which fall under the umbrella of HTML5, and both of which are already supported by the latest version of the iPhone Software.

The first provides a local database for a web application to store its data, while the second allows that same application to also store its executable state in memory. They're aided by the W3C GeoLocation specification that enables the application to securely access location information while respecting privacy.

"You'll note that it's very, very fast because it's using that local database," Gundotra said. The same offline Gmail ability was shown on an HTC Magic running Google's own Android mobile operating system. Both versions included features new to mobile Gmail, such as a floating toolbar, multiple selection capability, and label support.



Google is reportedly striving to bring to mobile devices all of the features available in the desktop version of Gmail. In a report on the matter, CNET News.com notes that the move "is significant because it shows how Web-based applications can bypass the control that particular companies such as Apple or Microsoft have over a computing technology."

For example, Apple currently regulates which software applications make their way to the iPhone and iPod touch through the strict regulations of its App Store. But with these emerging HTML5 standards, many of those same applications could be written for the browser, where they'd be accessible to a broad range of devices, including those not manufactured by the Cupertino-based company.

Apple already offers iPhone web developers an unpublicized function call that allows Web apps to be saved to the home screen and then launched in full-screen mode. Although these apps still run within the Safari wrapper, they behave like native iPhone apps.


posted by 우주인토마스

댓글을 달아 주세요

2008.12.24 15:18 모발꼼

engadget에 아래와 같은 기사가 실렸더군요.  

"XRoad G-Map app brings bona fide navigation to the iPhone" 

Darren Murph씨가 쓴 글인데 XRoad에서 iPhone 용 네비게이션을 내 놓았다는 것입니다.

 

Navigation 시장은 애플이 직접 수급하기 위해 금지를 많이 걸어 놓은 곳으로 알았는데 

제가 잘못 알고 있는 것이었나 하는 생각이 들고 있네요. 흠..  

 

그런데 가만 보다보니 이 아저씨 폰 사진 우측 상단을 보니 "SHOW"라고 적혀 있네요 

로밍하신건가요? 로밍 하셨다면 한국에 계시는 분인가요?  

게다가 시간도 "오후 2:10" 이라고 되어 있군요.

 엥.. 뭘까요.. 이 포스는... SHOW 로밍해서 한국 계시는 분이 쓰신 글인가요?

 

그렇다면 저도 로밍하고 싶은데 흑흑흑...

 

 

---------------------------------------

[출처 : engadget 2008. 12. 23]

XRoad G-Map app brings bona fide navigation to the iPhone


 

 

At long last, iPhone users who have grown increasingly frustrated by using Google Maps as their primary navigational tool can find relief... sort of. Available right now in the App Store, XRoad's G-Map application requires no internet connection whatsoever in order to function; rather, it packs oodles of maps into a 932MB package that covers most of western America and a few sporadic locales on the east. We're a bit baffled (and angered) by the not-at-all-comprehensive coverage, but we suppose we can expect updates to patch the gaps in the near future. It provides most of the same amenities you're used to seeing on real-deal GPS units, including POI editing, memo capabilities, location searching, etc. A word of caution, though: early reviews don't seem too stoked about it, so you may want to gloss it over good before hitting your card for $19.99.

[Thanks, Karel]

posted by 우주인토마스

댓글을 달아 주세요