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////////// // // // ////// // // // // // // // // // // // // // ////// // // // ////////// // THE MOBILE WEB FRAMEWORK ============================================================================== Copyright: Copyright (c) 2010-12 UC Regents License: http://mwf.ucla.edu/license ============================================================================== TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. FRAMEWORK 2. INITIATIVE 3. COLLABORATION 4. LICENSE 5. CREDITS ============================================================================== 1. FRAMEWORK The Mobile Web Framework is a cross-platform web framework that focuses on mobile web standards, semantic markup, device agnosticism and graceful degradation, providing a robust presentation layer that allows applications to define a single set of markup optimized for HTML 5 capable devices that degrades gracefully to any HTML 4.01 or XHTML MP compliant device including Blackberry, Windows Mobile and even T9 phones. ============================================================================== 2. INITIATIVE The framework project began in early 2010 as a joint venture between the UCLA Office of Information Technology and UCLA Communications as a means to reach all campus mobile users via a single platform in a reasonable and cost- effective manner. The framework first went into production at the beginning of Fall 2010 with the launch of UCLA Mobile. Over ten campus units are now participating at UCLA and four other campuses in the UC system have launched production applications using the framework. A number of other institutions both in the UC and beyond are currently involved in the initiative. More information is online at the collaboration site: http://mwf.ucla.edu ============================================================================== 3. COLLABORATION To get involved with the Mobile Web Framework project, please see the following links: Home http://mwf.ucla.edu Code Repository https://github.com/ucla/mwf Documentation https://github.com/ucla/mwf/wiki Issue Tracker https://jira.ats.ucla.edu:8443/ Contact email@example.com ============================================================================== 4. LICENSE The Mobile Web Framework is licensed under a source-available license that supports both commercial and non-commercial development. For the full text of the license, please see the online version: http://mwf.ucla.edu/license A copy of this license is also available in the LICENSE file. ============================================================================== 5. CREDITS 5.1 PROJECT Project Lead Rose Rocchio firstname.lastname@example.org Development Lead Eric Bollens email@example.com Systems Lead Ed Sakabu firstname.lastname@example.org 5.2 CONTRIBUTORS In addition to their own mobile applications, a number of participants have contributed code directly to the Mobile Web Framework. UC Los Angeles Eric Bollens Ed Sakabu Mike Takahashi Joseph Maddela Nate Emerson Zorayr Khalapyan UC Berkeley Sara Leavitt UC San Diego Mojgan Amini Ike Lin UC San Francisco Richard Trott UC Santa Barbara Logan Franken UC Riverside Chris Webber Beyond direct contributions, the input and suggestions of numerous others have made the Mobile Web Framework possible.