Facebook app for iPhone... wow!
Leave it to the cats at Facebook to deliver a very nice iPhone experience.
Given the site's media-centric approach of photos and other nonsense,
it's a great fit to the iPhone, which is all about photos and other
You login and get the feed just as you would normally.
I see that Skydiving Jeff has uploaded pictures from Busch Gardens, so
I check them out. And amazingly enough, the photo gallery works almost
as well as the onboard photo app, only with captions. It even rotates
and expands the pictures when you rotate the phone! Well done. Very
Also sweet, it'll now allow me to send photos by way
of e-mail from the iPhone, in the absence of MMS functionality on the
The interesting thing to me about the iPhone and Web browsing is that the UI of the device has influenced navigation. This isn't something I really expected. It's one of the many example of how constraints can actually be a good thing, to force you to think harder about how to build something efficiently that users like.
It sure would be sweet if someone built an ASP.NET library along these lines. I'd endeavor to do so myself if I could find some decent documentation on the little iPhone Safari quirks that make the magic possible.