Welcome to the Knowledge Base, which features guides and reference
documents to help you understand Netbiscuits concepts and utilize the
Netbiscuits Platform to efficiently build compelling mobile web pages,
sites, and applications.
The Knowledge Base currently features the following:
- The Tactile Developer's Guide
- The Enterprise Development Capability Tools Guide
- The Device Context Service Guide
- The BiscuitML Reference
- A link to the Tactile Explorer
Tactile Developer's Guide
||The Tactile Developer's Guide introduces you to the Netbiscuits Cloud Platform and how to efficiently build optimized and
tailored mobile web pages for high-end mobile devices without sacrificing creativity. The guide first introduces you to prerequisites
to building high-end mobile web pages with the Platform. It then presents you with important Netbiscuits concepts, offers
various use-case documents on how to achieve mobile web development objectives, extends tips on debugging the assets used
in the creation of your mobile web pages, and lists and answers frequently-asked questions related to using the Netbiscuits
Platform to create these high-end mobile web pages.
Enterprise Development Capability Tools Guide
||The Enterprise Development Capability Tools Guide introduces you to rich tools aimed at elevating your development, testing,
and production processes by providing enterprise-class flexibility, efficiency, and security as you develop mobile web solutions
and interfaces on a mass scale through the Netbiscuits Platform. These tools include FTP-Enabled Standard Applications, a
local development proxy known as Livebridge, and an Application Management API.
Device Context Service Guide
||The Device Context Service Guide introduces you to libraries, tools, and web services aimed at helping you secure device context
information on requesting devices and thereby, empowering you to deliver customized and optimized mobile web experiences to
your end users. The Device Context Service includes a Classifier, with a Java and Apache Module; a Java Detection Client;
these classes and objects enable developers to introduce and manipulate the HTML-based UI elements generated from transcoded
developer-generated assets on the client side.
BiscuitML Tactile Reference
||The BiscuitML Reference features a library of structural elements and Biscuits (UI elements) that can be defined within developer-generated
XML files that will be transcoded by the Netbiscuits Platform to create mobile web pages that are girded with the ability
to degrade gracefully and match the capabilities of requesting devices.
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