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feb-2017

What happened in February

After releasing Mobiscroll 3.0.1 we started focusing and pushing for 3.1. We published content that people really enjoyed, worked on refining the website and online tools, pushed out a new page dedicated to Starter Projects to help with getting up to speed in your favorite framework. What we’ve been working on The biggest things to […]

great forms

Building Great Mobile Forms

Filling out forms isn’t a thing that anyone likes to do. It just isn’t fun, it is something that we have to do, a means for getting something done, merely a tool. Let’s not focus on making it fun, let’s focus on making it as efficient as possible. Of course it should be aesthetically pleasing, […]

2016 (1)

Last year in review – 2016

2016 has been a busy year for Mobiscroll. We launched new products said goodbye to old things and worked on a lot of exciting stuff. Let’s look at what we shipped last year. UI Patterns Beginning last year we launched UIPatterns.io. It got featured on the first page of ProductHunt and showed up in a […]

mobiscroll-3-final (1)

New Release: Mobiscroll 3 FINAL

Today, we are happy to share the final Mobiscroll 3.0 release with you! We’ve been hard at work in the last couple of months to iterate and improve on the beta and with your help and feedback we are really happy how it turned out. Let’s see what is new and why it is a […]

currency

Currency input on mobile

Michelle from Sydney, just started her new job at Awesome corp. She is a junior developer and gets her first assignment – improve the profile pages of the company mobile app. Eager to get started, she plans it all out and starts googling for some nice mobile UI controls. Looking at and trying a couple […]

cards

Cards for layout in mobile apps

Cards have become a norm for layouts. More and more companies have moved to using card layouts as their main hub for information. It is mostly because of their nature as compact design elements which can be easily wrapped around many types of content while providing a great user experience. So why cards? For content […]

social-login

Social login pattern

Letting users register and log in is a common pattern that you’ll have to support for most apps and services. So the question is how to make it as fluid as possible. Let’s see why do we sign up for services? Ideally it is because if gives us more value, not because the maker of […]

validation

Getting input validation right

How good your validation is correlates with form completion and indicates how helpful you are. I was going through a vehicle registration a couple of years ago. It was a hot summer Friday and everyone was mentally in the weekend. At some point the person at the desk says that the data cannot be submitted. […]