Saturday, November 17, 2012

jQuery Mobile: Up and Running (Imported Edition)

Build websites and apps for touch devices such as iPhone, iPad, Android, and BlackBerry with the recently developed jQuery Mobile library. This introductory tutorial shows you how. Learn the best way to apply this library's many interface components through a series of hands-on exercises. By the end of the book, you'll have built a complete working mobile application for multiple handset and tablet platforms using just semantic HTML5 code.
jQuery Mobile: Up and Running teaches you how to create responsive, Ajax-based interfaces that work on tablets as well as smartphones, so you don't have to rebuild everything for different platforms. You don’t need programming skills or previous experience with jQuery or HTML5 to get started. This book shows you exactly what you need to know.

1.    Understand how jQuery Mobile, HTML5, and CSS3 work on smartphones and tablets
2.    Build a single project for a variety of platforms, including iOS, Android, BlackBerry, Firefox, webOS, and Internet Explorer
3.    Convert web content built with jQuery Mobile into apps ready for sale and distribution in every application store
4.    Learn how to create HTML5 semantic code prepared for mobile and tablet devices
Work with jQuery Mobile components, form elements, list views, and themes


jQuery Mobile: Up and Running (Imported Edition)

Maximiliano Firtman
O'Reilly Media
Publishing Date
Rs. 1676/-
Price @ Flipkart
Rs. 1374/-

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 The Mobile Platform

Why Do We Need jQuery Mobile?

What Is jQuery Mobile?

The Mobile and Tablet World

HTML5 and CSS3

Main Features

Testing Webapps

Chapter 2
 Starting with the Framework

Preparing the Document

Adobe Dreamweaver Support




Integrating with the Phone

Chapter 3
 UI Components


Formatting Content



Chapter 4

Full-Page Lists Versus Inset Lists

Visual Separators

Interactive Rows

Using Images

Aside Content

Title and Description

Using Count Bubbles

Filtering Data with Search

List Views Cheat Sheet

Chapter 5
 Form Components

Form Action

Form Elements

Chapter 6
 The Framework and JavaScript

Document Events



Custom Transitions

Dynamic Content

Creating Grids

Changing Page Contents

Event Handling

Chapter 7
 Creating Themes


Fireworks Theme Editor

Editing Themes

Custom Transitions

Chapter 8
 Installation and Offline Access

Package Definition

Icon Installation

Full Screen

Mixing It All Together

Storing Offline Data

Chapter 9
 A Complete Webapp

Webapp Structure

Chapter 10
 Extending the Framework

Creating a Plug-in

Notable Plug-ins

Plug-ins for Tablets

Compatible Plug-ins

Chapter 11
 Packaging for Stores

Store Distribution

Custom Distribution

Preparing the Package

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