December 13, 2017

Princeton University Art Museum Debuts First Mobile Web App

From the Announcement:

The Princeton University Art Museum announces the debut of its first mobile web application, Princeton and the Gothic Revival, a multimedia exploration of Princeton’s Gothic Revival architecture—the campus’s defining visual language—through text, audio, and images. The mobile app is accessible from any iPhone, iPod touch, or Android device and is available here. The Princeton and the Gothic Revival mobile app was developed in conjunction with the exhibition Princeton and the Gothic Revival: 1870–1930, on view at the Princeton University Art Museum through June 24.

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Princeton and the Gothic Revival uses the Sencha Touch mobile application framework, built on HTML5 and JavaScript, to deliver a cross-platform experience. A responsive design also enables visitors to experience the app’s rich offerings from a tablet or desktop device. The app can be accessed through an internet browser without the need for any download or installation, using 3G/4G or Wi-Fi connections.

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