A couple days ago Alex pumped out another hefty update for his Built for BlackBerry application Web Design Cheat Sheet. This app have been covered here numerous times first at BB Live then again in July. As since the app has gotten steady updates while the young developer grinds through a triple major and countless hours of development. Somebody get this guy some Starbucks!
BB10 empowers WDCS; if you were to Miracast/HDMI the screen of your device while in landscape, connect a Bluetooth keyboard and mouse, you get a robust web development IDE on a larger screen–all powered by your handset! The developer has been keenly listening and cultivated user requests for this update: landscape mode for the editor was one of big requests and Alex brought it to life in short time. Kudos to the dedication.
As always the app is free to download and explore, when you’re ready to get serious and start maximizing the apps utility, you can unlock the editor for the HTML section for just $.99 and you can unlock the CSS3 editor for $1.99. Great prices for what you really get here. Because it’s so packed with information you get a lot of value from in app purchases. Not only do you get a detailed archive of HTML5 code snippets tags and definitions but you can take that information and connect it directly into the editor to play and practice with what you’re learning. Very powerful and purpose built for mobile.
The most productive 3 bucks you’ll ever spend in BB World. Apps like this make mobile computing more than just a catchphrase. Support the developer and try the app out for yourself! For more information checkout Web Design Cheat Sheet. You can get the app directly via the link below: