Introducing Mobile Web OSP 2.0

The code that powers West Virginia University's mobile site has been released as Mobile Web OSP 2.0. The code is a fork of the original version 0.9 of  the MIT Mobile Web project that can still be found on SourceForge. The highlights include:

You can get more details in the release notes. Screenshots of WVU's implementation are available on Flickr.

Almost all of the documentation for the original v1.0 release of Mobile Web OSP has been updated. I'm simply missing images that show examples of the styles. The Basic and Touch template documentation will probably be useful for anyone using MIT's code. Code is available on GitHub.  Feel free to fork the project. For those folks who really like Subversion GitHub now supports Subversion read and write as well.

If you want to stay updated on the project and have a Twitter account you can follow @mobilewebosp. The road map for the project has also been updated.

If you have any questions feel free to drop a line in the comment section below.

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