The 2012 Mobile Web Framework (MWF) Conference will be held at UCLA on Sept. 5th - 7th, and will bring together innovators, developers, students as well as administrators who are all working to MOBILE ENABLE their campus! Read More...
Following a similar model to two staff contests held over the past year, a student developer contest at UCLA plans to expose students to the framework and help them realize the power of the mobile web. Read More...
UC San Diego has a team of user experience and technology experts that have put together a feature rich UCSD Mobile while also actively contributing features like the Forms and Messages APIs to the framework. Read More...
UCLA's online polling tool system is an open source project currently under development that will serve as a clicker, polling and survey tool for both mobile and desktop browsers, all in one. Read More...
The UCLA MWF Conference is where some of the greatest minds in mobile come together to discuss the future of the MWF, as well as the mobile web landscape as a whole. Read More...
2012 MWF Conference
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Borne out of a desire to provide a device agnostic, platform independent, easy to use, and easy to deploy framework for the mobile web, the UCLA Mobile Web Framework makes it simple to keep pace with the rapidly evolving mobile landscape.
Built with the content provider in mind, the UCLA Mobile Framework allows one to avoid detailed device-by-device planning, implementation, upgrades and maintenance, making real on the promise of "develop once, use everywhere". Built to support either a central or a distributed landscape of applications powered by it, the framework takes less than five minutes to install and, with thorough documentation, hardly any longer to get started using it.
The framework is compatible with any web-capable mobile device.
The framework can be used by applications written in any language and on any environment.
Developers write one set of semantic markup and the framework handles the rest.
The framework is lightweight and simple to deploy and maintain.