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In this course, author Joe Marini uses the jQuery Mobile framework to create visually rich, interactive web pages for mobile devices. The course examines the construction of jQuery Mobile pages, showing how to build page transitions, dialogs, buttons, and toolbars. The course also delves into generating mobile-optimized web forms and list views and explains how jQuery Mobile handles events, including touch gestures and changes in device orientation.
Hi I'm Joe Marini and I would like to welcome you to jQuery Mobile Essential Training. In this title we will see how to use jQuery Mobile to build visually rich, engaging, and highly optimized mobile webpages that work well across a wide variety of today's modern smartphones and tablet devices. We will start off by examining how jQuery Mobile webpages are constructed and how the framework provides powerful enhancements such a smooth page transitions and pop-up dialogs that look almost like native applications. Next, we'll see how to use jQuery Mobile's built-in set of mobile-optimized user interface widgets and CSS3-based themeing architecture to build content, web forms, and list views that are optimized for mobile screen sizes and form factors.
Then we will take a look at how jQuery Mobile provides support for handling common mobile events such as touch gestures and changes in device orientation just like native apps. If you're ready to build mobile web applications that work across a large number of popular devices without having to learn or write a single line of native application code then let's get started with jQuery Mobile Essential Training.
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