Raymond Camden's Blog: Two iPhone development tips, and jQuery to the rescue: "The second tip also involves meta tags. While perusing the docs, I found a section on hiding the browser interface components. For web applications saved to the iPhone desktop, this lets you run a page without the normal address bar or status bar at the bottom. This is a great tip! It really does a good job of turning your web page into something closer to a native web app. This can be done with a grand total of two lines of code:"
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