archive.rollingstone.com – another feather in our cap
With the successful launch of the new iPad-enabled Rolling Stone Archive, I figured I’d take the time out to congratulate our client, Bondi Digital, and my team at Applied Information Sciences (AIS): Jim Jackson, Robin Kaye, Ian Gilman and Siva Mallena (with additional help from Leslee Sheu and Kevin Hanes).
Built on the same technology that we used to launch i.Playboy.com, the Rolling Stone archive combines our Silverlight viewer and the Html5, touch-optimized iPad viewer in a single site, sharing peripheral components such as menus and search features. Per client requirements for Rolling Stone all desktop users will get the Silverlight-based viewer, with its keyboard and mouse integration, and deep zoom of images, while iPad users are automatically switched to the Html5 viewer.
Building and optimizing a highly graphics intensive app like this for the excellent, but admittedly limited, iPad browser has been a thoroughly enjoyable challenge. Showcasing our work to the public through another premier publication like Rolling Stone makes it all the more satisfying.
Our team is already onto the next publishing project – stay tuned…
Doesn't work on my iPad 1. Continuously flashes between two addresses archive.rollingstone.com/Adapters?... and archive.rollingstone.com/Authorization/return... Other HTML5 websites work fine. Any ideas what the problem is?
By Phil Champ, at Saturday, December 31, 2011 5:27:00 AM
Phil, we'll have a look at it. It is possible it has to do with your cookie settings - is your iPad set to accept cookies?
By Oskar Austegard, at Monday, January 02, 2012 12:18:00 PM
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