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iOS 4 Web Applications with HTML5 and CSS3 with Ray Villalobos teaches web developers how to leverage their existing CSS and HTML knowledge to create content that displays on iOS devices. The course covers creating animation to produce powerful interactive content, including a photo gallery and a video player. Cutting edge HTML5 and CSS3 techniques for formatting type, creating list driven menus, toggle buttons, and more are also included. The resulting web content will be tailored for viewing on the iPhone and the iPad, but will also work on websites viewed with browsers on other platforms as well. Exercise files are included with the course.
Hello, my name is Ray Villalobos, and I'd like to welcome you to iOS 4 Web Applications with HTML5 and CSS3. In this course, I'll show you how to build web-based applications that target some cutting-edge technologies in iOS devices like iPhones and iPads. We'll learn to use CSS3 to add style to your web apps and make them look like traditional iOS applications. We'll explore HTML5 technologies, like offline storage and geolocation. I'll walk you through building a player for rich media, like audio and video. I'll also show you how to work with advanced typography, including custom fonts, multiple-column layouts, and special effects.
If you're interested in developing for iPhones and iPads, this is a great way to target those devices without having to learn Objective-C. That way you can leverage your current knowledge of web technologies like HTML and CSS and start building web apps today. Now let's get started with iOS web app development.
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