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Posted by dotMobiXman - 08 Dec 2006

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I have been looking around the net and it appears as though MobiliKey is sort of like the myspace of the mobile web. The developers of Mobilikey developed the two top tier mobile sites for showcasing on the net so that is why I am asking. I won't post the link because I don't know this sites policies on that but a search bring up Mobilikey easily. Comments welcome as I think the personal mobile site concept with interactive pictures and chat is both interesting and unique. Perhaps some of us can try it and rate some reviews.

Posted by svirkki 8 years ago

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I haven't tried Mobilikey but mobisitesitegalore looks pretty good. Try Winksite also, though I am not sure if its sites are mobi-compliant.

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Posted by Torbjorn Jacobsson 8 years ago

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Please have a look at mob5.com as well!

Posted by Jennifer007 8 years ago

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I happen to use MobiliKey and I really like it, good mobile community, easy set-up and lots of extras, easy to talk to them as well. I think it is one of those mobile chat community sites that will just get bigger and bigger and more popular, so I agree MobiliKey is a decent one. I have tried MobileGalore as well but customer service better on MobiliKey and networking is easy too. Setup is at http://www.mobilikey.com

Posted by techy993 7 years ago

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Also Mobilikey lets you set up personal mobile sites with tons of funtionality. So I rate this fairly high.

Posted by techy993 7 years ago

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Yes mobisitegalore and mob5 are good, also a big one that has tons of features, multiple pages, tech support and ability to post logos, pictures, networks etc is: MobizCard , check them out as well for business or personal mobile website development.

Posted by techy993 7 years ago

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I like the way MobiliKey has advanced into an all around Mobile Entertainment site for world users. Mobile chat is free and avoids SMS charges, mobile web site builder and build mobile websites are easy with MobiliKey and networking quickly on a html pc platform or mobile device is seamless with their network.

I tried mobisitegalore, its good but not as good as Mobilikey or MobizCard for certain features and Mob5 gets a little busy with advertising and is not feature rich.

Mobile Social Networking is growing quickly, it is sites like MobiliKey that keep adding feature rich content that will survive in this space.

Posted by engagelogic 7 years ago

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<p>First, see it for yourself by clicking through to these sale reports:</p><p> <br /><strong>Mobile URL for site being tested below:</strong><br /><a href="http://winksite.com/dharper/threader"></a></p><ul><li><a href="http://winksite.com/dharper/threader">http://winksite.com/dharper/threader</a></li></ul><p><strong>Mobile Web Best Practices</strong> </p><ul><li><strong>W3C mobileOK Basic</strong> | View Report: <a href="http://validator.w3.org/mobile/?uri=http%3A%2F%2Fwinksite.com%2Fdharper%2Fthreader">http://validator.w3.org/mobile/?uri=http%3A%2F%2Fwinksite.com%2Fdharper%2Fthreader</a> </li><li><strong>MobiReady Score:</strong> 5/5 | View Report: <a href="http://ready.mobi/results.jsp?uri=http%3A%2F%2Fwinksite.com%2Fdharper%2Fthreader&amp;locale=en_EN">http://ready.mobi/results.jsp?uri=http%3A%2F%2Fwinksite.com%2Fdharper%2Fthreader&amp;locale=en_EN</a>   </li></ul><p><strong>100% valid XHTML code.</strong></p><p>Every mobile site published at <a href="http://winksite.com">Winksite</a> is fully compliant with W3C Mobile Web Standards. In addition, without having to lift a finger or squint at code your Winksite is guaranteed to score 5/5 on dotMobi’s MobiReady Report. What does this mean beyond bragging rights? Broad support across every browser on the planet to start. …and for those visitors still using WAP, no worries Winksite serves that up just as neatly as ever. Combined with our RSS-driven content deployment, this approach delivers fresh and fast-loading content to you and your audience.</p><p> <br /><strong>The mobile Web is not just for phones anymore.</strong></p><p> Winksite is also now delivering your site and content to new places. Gamers and their WiFi connected version of the Internet have been largely ignored by Mobile &amp; Web 2.0 publishing and community platforms. We’re changing that. Whatever you choose to build at Winksite is now served up optimized and fully functioning to the Sony PSP browser and Nintendo DS Lite Opera browser over WiFi connections. With the DS-Lite in mind we provide a fast loading and readable version while in overview mode. The PSP is delivered a version that eliminates the horizontal scrolling (and reduces the vertical scrolling) required to read posts and chat with your friends. (Note: This part of the release is based in part on feedback we received from the download and use of the WordPress Ultimate Gamer’s Pack we provided to Wordpress publishers several months ago.)  </p><p> <br /><strong>Winksite. Love the Mobile Web.</strong> </p><p>Winksite makes it easy to publish mobile Internet sites and build simple mobile connections via mobile phones. Winksite is the first standards compliant mobile Website builder that also includes RSS-driven content deployment and mobile-tuned community features such as forum, chat, and polls. This approach delivers fresh content, fast-loading screens, and universally accessible community features to you and your audience. The Winksite service is a free and fully hosted solution. No software install on your phone is necessary to view a Winksite powered mobile site. <br /><br /><strong>One platform. Many uses.</strong></p><p>Use your mobile site as your personal podium to the world, a convenient mobile dashboard to all you find important or as a space to build and manage a mobile community. Create a mobile edition of your blog, journal or news service. Start a mobile chat room, forum or poll. Glue together your friends, feeds, and favorites into your own mobile personal portal. Organize an event or street team and spread the word on the where, when and why. Link SMS, QR Codes, mobile ads, or Twitter &amp; Jaiku messages to a mobile destination where people can see and do more. </p><p>Cheers, </p><p>David Harper </p><p>Founder, Winksite </p>

Posted by haumont 7 years ago

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You can also try: www.zinadoo.com. The nice feature is that you can create a mobile friendly site from your mobile. Well at the moment it is text only, but is in Beta.

cm4all that makes automatically a .mobi site out of the main site: http://www.cm4all.com/120823/1109101.html

netbiscuits seems quite pros, at least for one who want to learn BiscuitML. http://www.netbiscuits.com/

And finally mobilizer that is described in detailled in http://dev.mobi/node/638. The nice feature is that the mobile site can be created from scratch or import the PC site as a basis. Then, it may import certain content dynamically from the PD site avoiding double maintenance. And it seems to inherit Volantis capability to recognise and adapt to the mobile.

Is the list of free mobile web site creator complete now?

Posted by Interlude 7 years ago

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I am looking for something like a www.hotscripts.com site for .mobi
Does that exist yet?

Posted by drashok 6 years ago

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Hi,
http://youtomo.com is the one I have used.
Does not have many pages.

mosh.nokia's

http://mymobilesite.net should be good. You will find it here:
http://www.forum.nokia.com/main/resources/technologies/mobile_web_server/index.html

[I have not been able to down load s60 3rd edition plugin, which is a prerequisite for beginning with your own webserver.]

The name of the specific site that you get at nokia has a personal appeal.
Example:
dr.mymobilesite.net
sounds more personal and is easier to rememeber than
dr.youtomo.com

Dr. Ashok Koparday
http://mysexdoctor.blogspot.com

Posted by jukkaeklund 6 years ago

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Dear Dr.,
you don't need to download the plugin necessarily, just install the application with this URL: http://download.mymobilesite.net and register yourself a domain name.

Remember to check out the latest news at http://mymobilesite.net/news and read my blog: http://blogs.s60.com/mws

Cheers,
Jukka

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Web Server, on your phone - http://mymobilesite.net

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Posted by ertra 6 years ago

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Hi,

you can also try Wirenode mobile websites creator.

Its free and supports
- unlimited mobile pages
- images
- different color schemas
- RSS to mobile
- and other mobile widgets.

Its ful Ajax editor, so its really simple to use.
the created pgaes are compatible with all different phone types.

Posted by the gate keeper 6 years ago

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the gate keeper says thank you very very much. I will defeintely try that out for sure

the gate keeper

Posted by fracmak 6 years ago

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I've grown a liking to http://www.swiftmob.com/ it's very easy to use and the admin interface has a lot of web 2.0 features like drag and drop for building pages.

Posted by JJonah (not verified) 6 years ago

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Another cool site is http://www.gotamobi.com. It can be used for e-commerce as well.

Posted by majorsoft 6 years ago

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Hi guys,

These are all good but what about a tool that enables me to create a mobile site and host it on my server. I know one or two do but they are still limited.

Being mobile, does anyone provide the ability to support downloads and other cool options like push SMS? [think Nokia MOSH]

Thx
Major

Posted by kwikwap 6 years ago

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You could also have a look at www.kwikwap.co.za. I am a share holder of it so I might be a little biased. :) (or alot)

Using Kwikwap you can have both the traditional site and a Mobile site or just the Mobile site. When you make changes to your content it is done to both your Mobile one and the Traditional one. There is a very easy to use Management tool which allows you to make the updates yourself at anytime.

You can change the color schemes of your site and the changes will be reflected on the Mobile too.

Feel free to have a look and if you are interested send me a mail:

here are three examples of sites: visit from a mobile device and you will see the mobile site, from a PC and you will see the traditional one.

www.acdp.mobi
www.cellsurveys.co.za
www.mupsa.co.za

Posted by godsofchaos 6 years ago

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I used mofuse which is better than all the rest! Well it is more intuitive in my honest opinion.

Nokia S60 Symbian Themes Developer

Posted by prasannakumar.m 2 years ago

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I try to implement push notification in my iPhone application. I have create Provisioning Profile and App-id for push notification and add this certificates into Xcode. Connect iPhone device to mac system and build application through device for read Device token using the following code.

- (void)application:(UIApplication *)application didRegisterForRemoteNotificationsWithDeviceToken:(NSData *)deviceToken
{
    NSLog(@"didRegisterForRemoteNotificationsWithDeviceToken:\n%@", deviceToken);
}
 
- (void)application:(UIApplication *)application didFailToRegisterForRemoteNotificationsWithError:(NSError *)error
{
    NSLog(@"didFailToRegisterForRemoteNotificationsWithError:%@", [error localizedDescription]);
}

But it returns error.. like

Quote:

didFailToRegisterForRemoteNotificationsWithError:no valid 'aps-environment' entitlement string found for application 2012-07-18 14:18:08.597 Z2NotifyMe[1874:707] didFailToRegisterForRemoteNotificationsWithError:Error Domain=NSCocoaErrorDomain Code=3000 "no valid 'aps-environment' entitlement string found for application" UserInfo=0x11fee0 {NSLocalizedDescription=no valid 'aps-environment' entitlement string found for application}

I have remove all old certificates in Xcode and my device, then re-create all certificate newly then execute above same code it returns same above error.

Please help solve this problem.

Thanks..