I tested my simple KHTML web client in my Samsung Galaxy Android phone. I found neither its built-in web browser nor Opera mini could operate my map as I expected. I can see the map, but I can not zoom in, pan, so it seems it is 'just' an image - with my markers on it - but not an interactive map. My questions are: - Aren't mobile browsers supported? As I read there is some support for IPHone, but what about Android? - Are there any mobile phone specific features/trick that can be used to show interactive maps in mobile browsers?We added lots of features in the last months and testing for all platforms is very time consuming.
The maplib was first developed for iPhone and multitouch is supported there.Android also uses webkit, has no multitouch but normal (one finger) touchscreen is supported.
Maybe we added a new bug in the last days - khtml.maplib is still beta software.
Please have a look at: http://khtml.org/sotm/seamap/index.htmlThat's an older version I tested on iPhone and Android. Let me know if this works on Samsung.
(API changed in the newer version)Ewald also tested on mobile devices, but I don't know if he used iPhone or Android.
Starting end of September my focus will be on Mobile Devices again.Client/Server communication is not part of this lib but if you need I can show you some client/server examples. At the moment vector graphics is a bit buggy, but that will hopefully change in a few days.