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    Iugo - web development in Adelaide, South Australia Hop Aboard is the culmination of many months' work by a leading web development company in Adelaide, Australia by the name of Iugo.

    Iugo wanted to create a mobile web application that would work on most mobile phones that have a web browser and would fill the gap for those who don't have a specific public transport application installed.

    The result is a well featured, scalable solution that uses up-to-date information provided by Adelaide Metro to allow anyone with a mobile browser to search for public transport that suits their individual needs.

    The mobile website has been tested to work on iPhone; Android-OS phones; Windows Mobile phones and some late-model Nokia phones. It will also happily work on Google Chrome and Safari. Some features may be disabled for browsers that don't support all the features.

    Release History

    Current release: 1.2 on January 17, 2013

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    Current release: 1.1 on November 14, 2012

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    Previous release: 1.02 on June 8, 2011

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    Bugs fixed:

    Previous release: 1.01 on May 4, 2011

    Bugs fixed:

    Previous release: 1.0 on March 18, 2011

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    Contact Us

    Interested in finding out what's coming up next? Follow us on Twitter as @hop_aboard and via our Blog - http://blog.hopaboard.com.au/.

    Do you have any ideas, suggestions or see where we could improve? Drop us a line - [email protected]

    We'd love to hear from anyone with commercial requirements for mobile web development or similar as well. Please contact us on [email protected] and we'll get back to you ASAP.


    This site is built using HTML5 components. This allows the data you choose as favourites to be stored on your phone instead of remotely. No other information is stored.

    Other technologies used: developed using Google's GTFS data provided by Adelaide Metro; HTML5; CSS3; AJAX; JQuery; PHP; Sqlite & Smarty Template Engine. The HTML5 complies with web standards and as such, can be viewed on both mobile and desktop versions of browsers (some functions are limited depending on the browser).