Mobile Drupal - joomla! en a new year, brings a new OSMOBI release! <p>We are working hard these days to make sure that <a href="http://www.osmobi.com">OSMOBI</a> enables <a href="http://www.drupal.org">Drupal</a> and <a href="http://www.joomla.org">Joomla!</a> developers to go mobile with their existing installations, and this by doing a minimum of effort (and cost).</p> <p>Since our Beta launch on Drupalcon Paris, we have come a long way towards creating this service. Build on top of our <a href="http://open.siruna.org">open source content transcoder</a> we allow automated transcoding of your site + optimization using a (hopefully :)) user friendly GUI.</p> <p>And today we are happy to <a href="http://osmobi.zendesk.com/home"> announce a new OSMOBI release</a>. Most notable changes are:</p> <ul> <li>Performance gains of the Joomla! plugin and Drupal module</li> <li>Support for image resizing</li> <li>More customization possible of the default theme</li> <li>Applying style changes to "id", "class" attributes and the choice of applying them to the current page, or all pages. </li><li>....</li> </ul> <p>For who want's to take a look at the architecture, we have published our <a href="http://osmobi.zendesk.com/forums/74140/entries/83256>whitepaper</a> and for a full overview of all the whistles and bells we currently have, see our <a href="http://osmobi.zendesk.com/forums/74140/entries/83258">manual</a>.</p> <p><a href="http://mobiledrupal.com/content/new-year-brings-new-osmobi-release" target="_blank">read more</a></p> drupal joomla! mobile osmobi web Wed, 13 Jan 2010 20:25:22 +0000 Tom 69 at http://mobiledrupal.com