Developers looking to test applications locally can get set up with a few SDK for running mobile device simulators.
- The iOS Simulator is available at the iOS Dev Center.
- The Android Emulator is available as part of the Android SDK.
Mobile Feature List
- Map Navigation
- Goal: the mobile user should be able to navigate in the maps with the interaction design patterns he is used to.
- Touch Gesture Reference Guide: http://www.lukew.com/ff/entry.asp?1071
- Map Layers
- Goal: the OpenLayers layers (TileCache, WMS, WMTS, etc..) type are supported
- Layer Selector
- Goal: the mobile user can select the layer he wants to see
- Goal: the mobile application can support various languages
- Multiple coordinate system
- Goal: the mobile application can support various coordinate systems, like OpenLayers now
- Background selector
- Goal: the mobile user can choose which base layer he wants to see
- Goal: the mobile user can store the state of its application and use it later
- Geometry editing
- Goal: the mobile user can add or modify features
- Feature Query / Tooltip
- Goal: the mobile user can select a feature and get information about the feature. WMS GetFeatureInfo should be supported
- Device API
- Goal: the mobile user can orient the map according to the north position provided by the compass
- Goal: the mobile user can see a legend about the visible layers
- Goal: the mobile user can cache a selected map area for offline use
Also see the code sprint page.