With the explosion of the ipad, it is becoming one of the dominate ways of viewing websites. I think it will be (almost is already) required for web-authoring software to optimize the code/look for these devices, especially the current king of the hill, the iPad (likely for a few years to remain that way).
This is (1) for compatibility => html needs to work well on the ipad as much as on a computer browser (2) design/appearance => the designer needs to be able to preview how the site will look in different browsers
Each of those is important. This is very practical, as I am finding that my sites/pages optimized for my laptop almost always have minor to major performance AND aesthetics issues when viewed on the iPad/iphone.
It would be great to have a toggle to switch between devices and their setups/limitations to redesign on the fly in Sandvox.
Even better would be templates that are "universal", that scale/flow well with different mobile devices. These might be more limiting, but that is actually the point. For myself, I'd rather be limited in my design options for a promise of higher device independence. Would save me a lot of time, and allow me to get a platform independent website up quickly and focus on content, not debugging, which is the main point of software like Sandvox.
I think a program that did a good job of rendering a site platform independent, and let one precheck things in different "preview modes" would be very attractive.
We have many ideas along these lines. Stay tuned.
Those of us who blog would love to see at least a trimmed down Sandvox app for blogging on our iPads. I have established Sandvox blogs, and feel very constrained now that I'm carrying my new iPad around everywhere I go. I'd love to be able to work on them from my iPad.
Desperately need an iPad app version of Sandvox, at least to post to blogs while mobile. Right now I am using Blogger (which is awful) to get quick posts up to a Blogger site that my Sandvox created page(s) point back to. Would even help if Sandvox was on the list that Blogger works with (WordPress etc. are there), although my preference would be to never go outside Sandvox.
Plus one for all these suggestions. Our website mobile traffic is increasing very quickly and we have customers using our website on their iPhone/Android to help locate us.
Using the iPad to update on the fly would be very very nice - maybe difficult, but I am sure Karelia has done difficult :-)