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Master Mobile Web Apps With JQuery Mobile.pdf


How can jQuery Mobile help you build better mobile websites and web apps? You'll learn about the concepts behind mobile web apps, discover how jQuery Mobile can speed up your app development, and find out how to install jQuery Mobile and get up and running quickly.




Master Mobile Web Apps with jQuery Mobile.pdf



Dreamweaver also includes a collection of jQuery mobile widgets you can use to create form elements and other features commonly used in mobile web apps. For example, you can use the jQuery mobile widget to add mobile-friendly form elements, such as text areas and check boxes.


The jQuery framework has been around the web for a while now, but the jQuery base technology was basically designed for browser apps. jQuery Mobile is a framework based on jQuery that enables web designers to create web-apps that are optimized for use on a mobile device (Smartphone and tablets). The framework is touch optimized, uses responsive layout so that elements will automatically adapt on different device sizes, and supports a range of different platforms and devices.


Good. But can we still publish jquery mobile-based app into google play store? As long days no upgrade in jquery mobile. Does jquery mobile 1.4.5 support the latest version of jquery like 3.4+Jquery older version has some vulnerability Kindly suggestThank You


Hello Stephanie,I built a Jquery mobile application where I used only as you did data-transition attribute to link a html page to another one.The issue is that I faced some problems when i reach the page that I am linking to: the format is messed up. However if I add the rel="external" attribute to the anchor tag I reach the html page I want to go to with a good format. The problem is the last solution for the first problem creates another problem which is the data-transition attribute will be automatically disabled and a blank page shows up between the transition of my two html pages which is undesired.So how could I make a transition without showing a blank page while maintaining a good format?In the tutorial you didn't even used the relation attribute though you used html files linked together how did you make that happen?Thank you a lot.PS: By the way I searched for many solutions like adding functions in a jquery file: $(document).bind("mobileinit", function()$.mobile.defaultTransition = 'none';);Or changing in the css:-webkit-backface-visibility:hidden;All these solutions were useless


Hi Stephanie, i came across your tutorial looking for help on how to integrate the server side. I've been learning jquery mobile for a while now but i keep having problems with the server side. Im creating a simple app just for practice, i hace a simple login form, then if the login is succesfull it shows a list of data asociated with that user.I tried using php and some javascript, but i keep having problems with functions not being called at the right moment, or the page not refreshing to show dynamic data, or buttons not functioning correctly. I'm really frustrated since i cant find any usefull information on how to solve this issues. I see tons of questions on quora about preventing default behavior for forms (for the login section i'm trying to do)I still dont know if i should use separate htmls for pages that load dynamic info or should stick to one page structure like your demo. What tips can you give me about loading content via php? how to call functions?


Hi Stéphanie, Its ultimate good tutorial.But one query, i many times searching but not found exact result.Query : what is best way for jquery mobile html page creation ? single html page or multiple html page ?i mean multiple pages (data-role="page") were in one html file ? ORwe create separate html pages ?* i hope you understand my query, please reply me its very helpful for everyone.


Thanks for responding. I don't know much about making apps or coding. I just know with Snappii apps, I can see my work on my Ipod as I go along. How could I know what my app looks like when I'm working with iquery mobile? And how can I test it? Thanks.


Great job Stephanie,I've learnt a lot in my quest to develop mobile web apps. I will be needing back end server scripting and intend to get a php expert to partner on my project.Once again, thanks a lot.


Well, the demo was intended to show the front side and CSS styling. For the "server" side it will depend : you could use PHP, but you could also use Python, or even ASP.Net. You could also imagine tu use this on a native app in a webview, storing data in the storage of the Phone and then would have to use JAVA to store data and JavaScript to make interraction. So "server side" would really depend on how and on which kind of device you would use the app.Plus I'm a WebDesigner, front developper, HTML and CSS expert, not bad with JavaScript and jQuery, but I'm unfortunately not a server side PHP ninja (except with WordPress but that's not hardcore PHP).I also put the code on github for this purpose : if anybody feels like to create a PHP, Python, JAVA server side code, just feel free to fork in the code. And drop me a mail, I'll update the master branch to add the server side :)


While building the application I also used separate master pages for the mobile and desktop versions of the site. The desktop and mobile versions of the master page are significantly different to address the disparities in presentation between the platforms. The mobile master page includes my mobile-specific CSS files and a simplified layout structure to ease the development of individual views using the jQuery Mobile Framework markup and syntax.


This attribute tells jQuery Mobile that each of these divs should be treated as a separate page on the mobile device and to transition between them using AJAX without a page navigation occurring in the browser. This produces the effect shown in the screenshots in Figure 7. The jQuery Mobile Web site provides recommendations and more details on how to use each of the data-* attributes in the jQuery Mobile context.


Windows Phone uses Silverlight for all of the native functionality. In some ways, this makes Windows Phone the easiest platform to support for the mobile Web developer who is familiar with ASP.NET. The basic XAML layout for the native application shell is simple, as shown here:


For many business application scenarios, I advocate for inclusion of a mobile Web or hybrid application, as the additional effort of building unique native applications for each mobile platform could outweigh the business benefit. The business scenarios need to be carefully reviewed within the confines of a mobile Web or hybrid application deployment.


Shane Church is a technical lead for EffectiveUI in Denver, Colo. He has been developing in the Microsoft .NET Framework with a focus on ASP.NET and Microsoft mobile technologies since 2002. His blog is located at s-church.net. You can learn more about EffectiveUI at effectiveui.com.


In my case, we wanted to take control over mobile websites and disable the mobile view for our public SharePoint websites, as it loads the default mobile view with most of the features disabled. Here are the two methods that helped me to turn off mobile view in SharePoint 2013.


Mobile Web Tools provides an HTML5 Project wizard that enables you to create web applications optimized for mobile devices. The HTML5 Project wizard is a useful starting point for creating all new HTML5 web applications in the IDE. The wizard generates a sample ready-to-deploy HTML5 mobile application with REST resources from a Maven archetype.


As demonstrated in this article, you can customize the application using the JBoss Tools HTML Editor, deploy and view the application with the mobile browser simulator BrowserSim, and use LiveReload to refresh BrowserSim as the application source code is modified and saved in the IDE.


As illustrated in this article, from this foundation you can customize the application by adding a range of Cordova plug-ins for accessing device hardware with the Cordova Plug-in Discovery wizard. You can also test your Cordova-based hybrid mobile applications without leaving the IDE using CordovaSim, a mobile application simulator. The IDE also allows you to deploy your Hybrid Mobile project on the FeedHenry server.


Before attempting to install or create a hybrid mobile project with JBoss Tools, ensure that the Android SDK is installed and up to date. Creating or installing hybrid mobile projects without a working and updated installation of Android SDK can result in unexpected errors.


You can build and test the Hybrid Mobile application within the IDE using CordovaSim. CordovaSim is a mobile device simulator specifically for testing Cordova-based hybrid mobile applications. Using the CordovaSim control panel you can input sample data for mobile device hardware, as illustrated here for a device accelerometer.


If you want to create a new feature or bugfix, please feel free to fork and submit a pull request! Create a fork, branch off of master, and make changes to the /src/ files (rather than directly to /dist/). You can test your changes by rebuilding with npm run build.


Advanced chapters introduce Apache Cordova which can help you publish real native applications built on the jQuery Mobile library. This lets you publish your apps to the app stores without writing any Java or Swift code.


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