Try Ringmark to make sure your HTML5 apps work on Smartphone Browsers
Want to make sure your HTML5 games and apps are going to work on smartphone browsers? Want to know the level of HTML5 support in Smartphone browsers? Try Ringmark, a browser test suite that is available at http://rng.io. Based on the concept of functionality “rings,” this test suite will give you guidance on the level of HTML5 support, with API calls organized by functionality type. There is also a very helpful breakdown of browser features by what kind of app you want to build—games, audio, video, or camera apps. Additionally, there is a small database of browsers for you to poke around in, and when you run Ringmark on browsers that you have access to, you add to the data as well. That data will be collated and published in the future.
Currently, most webkit browsers (e.g., Chrome, Safari) make it past Ring 0 and fail somewhere in Ring 1. The only browser that passes Ring 1 is Dolphin, which is not as mainstream as the others. Other browsers will tend to fail somewhere in Ring 0.
Ringmark has been adopted by the W3C Core Mobility (“CoreMob”) group and has been open-sourced by Facebook, which continues to enhance and build Ringmark.
Happy browser testing!