Apple list iPad-ready Websites

Apple on Thursday, released a section of its website entitled “iPad Ready.” The simple name serves a simple purpose: to catalogue all companies currently serving up sites incorporating “HTML5, CSS3, and JavaScript… to deliver content that looks and functions beautifully on iPad.” In other words, no Flash. Apple doesn’t link to any of these sites—though […]

Apple on Thursday, released a section of its website entitled “iPad Ready.” The simple name serves a simple purpose: to catalogue all companies currently serving up sites incorporating “HTML5, CSS3, and JavaScript… to deliver content that looks and functions beautifully on iPad.” In other words, no Flash. Apple doesn’t link to any of these sites—though they do provide screenshots of them within the iPad's Safari browser. Apple also lists descriptions for each, detailing how company has incorporated these Web standards. “Is your site taking advantage of latest web standards?” Apple asks, at bottom of the page. “Submit your site to growing list.” You can fill out a quick form about your Website, which’ll presumably be looked at by someone involved in Web standards over in Cupertino. Company also provides a support docket for developers looking to prepare their Web content for iPad.

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