Basically links to all the emulators of the devices that are in jquery mobile's mgbs:
And how to get going.. and what's the best OS to do it all on.. etc.
Filament Group would be great to do this but anyone could, really.
Looks like PPK has basically done this with his recent ALA post:
I don't have all the browsers listed on the jQuery Mobile site, but I wrote a blog post on my exploits getting devices last month and the cost:
http://www.mobilexweb.com/emulators super handy.
and also http://www.456bereastreet.com/archive/201102/opera_mobile_emulator_and_opera_mini_simulator/
and running the three emulators quickly:
Also I think perfectomobile (and soon browserstack) factor into this..
asked Brad to document his setup! http://bradfrostweb.com/blog/mobile/test-on-real-mobile-devices-without-breaking-the-bank/ good stuff
EDIT: and a post on selecting devices from stephanie: http://stephanierieger.com/strategies-for-choosing-test-devices/
Posted some resources I've used and come across that may be useful. http://www.thecssninja.com/mobile/testing-devices
They seem to have a collect everything possible approach
and it is crowdsourced http://adactio.com/journal/5446/.
I put together the details of how we set-up our device lab at West Virginia University. We've also open sourced a tool, Throttle, that we're using to test how well our sites perform at less than optimal network speeds/connections. I'm hoping to do a follow-up post that focuses on the software-side of a device lab showing how we're using Adobe Shadow & shim too.
very related: cataloging all people's mobile device test setups here: http://mytestsuite.tumblr.com/
the Open Device Lab way: http://mobile.smashingmagazine.com/2012/09/24/establishing-an-open-device-lab/
relevant http://paul.kinlan.me/bootstraping-your-own-mobile-device-lab-part-1/ by @PaulKinlan
cc @addyosmani @gauntface
Ideally are you after a HTML5Rocks article, site or...something else? :)