Hello for the UK ... and a question too
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I am developing web sites, so will need it to ...
Hello from the UK ... and a question too
I am seriously considering buying an ipad2, which will be my first ever Apple product.
I am developing web sites, so will need it to show prospective clients.
I'll get the 3G model so I'll be able to go online wherever I am, assuming there will be coverage.
If this is not possible, I am right in assuming (just like a laptop) I can save the html files on the machine and view these too. At least thenm I could show a website, albeit not the live version, but near enough.
Is this correct ?
Last edited by wbmkk; 03-31-2011 at 12:22 PM.
03-31-2011 07:12 AM
As far as I know it is not possible to save HTML files from the iPad's native browser Safari. That's the bad news.
Originally Posted by wbmkk
The good news is that you can use a 'bookmarklet' to save any web page as a PDF document and then view that using the iPad's iBooks PDF reader. That's the good news.
So, basically, you won't have any problem!!
Welcome to the Forum
Use GoodReader app for jpegs and pdf's, plus you can annotate them at the same time.
Use vpn to your home computer or save screenshots into a keynote presentation.
Take notes and keep an audio record of your meetings with NoteTaker HD or Notify+.
Draw mind maps with Popplet or MindNode. Draw sketches with Penultimate or Adobe Sketch.
Take a good trawl through these forums for other suggestions.
By BrennB in forum Off-Topic
Last Post: 05-25-2011, 03:14 PM