Since the beginning the Add to Home Screen script raised some usability concerns. Version 2.0 tries to dissipate these concerns giving the user (and the developer) more control. Where is the limit between a cool feature and an annoying practice? At the end this is just a tool, use it with discretion.
Was Apple boycotting web apps or simply weren’t we technologically ready? iPad2 and iOS5 will finally bring all the power we need to build full featured web apps with no visible distinction to the native counterparts.
The Kraken has been released, iOS5 will support native position:fixed and overflow:scroll. There seems to be a lot of misinformation about what you can really do with such functionalities and why you’ll still be needing iScroll (or other scroll views). Let’s try to clarify a little.