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jQuery Mobile Web Applications

jQuery Mobile Web Applications

with Ray Villalobos

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Hey there this is Ray Villalobos and welcome to jQuery Mobile Web Applications.
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  1. 2m 59s
    1. Welcome
      58s
    2. What you should know
      1m 12s
    3. Using the exercise files
      49s
  2. 44m 29s
    1. Downloading and installing jQuery Mobile
      12m 3s
    2. Creating a page
      6m 1s
    3. Using buttons
      8m 11s
    4. Adding control groups
      5m 22s
    5. Creating a header toolbar
      7m 3s
    6. Adding icons to a footer toolbar
      5m 49s
  3. 43m 46s
    1. Creating JSON feeds from WordPress
      7m 11s
    2. Importing feeds into our application
      6m 45s
    3. Creating our page templates
      5m 18s
    4. Populating filterable list items dynamically
      10m 31s
    5. Adding thumbnails to our list items
      5m 19s
    6. Fixing potential link problems
      2m 54s
    7. Adding a more information page
      5m 48s
  4. 20m 52s
    1. Creating dynamic toolbars
      7m 49s
    2. Adding a headline to our toolbars
      3m 18s
    3. Injecting a footer
      4m 45s
    4. Highlighting the active toolbar link
      5m 0s
  5. 35m 34s
    1. Preparing pages for our feed
      4m 34s
    2. Understanding the YouTube API
      4m 58s
    3. Parsing the YouTube feed
      9m 36s
    4. Adding thumbnails and links
      6m 27s
    5. Playing our video
      5m 53s
    6. Styling our YouTube elements
      4m 6s
  6. 27m 47s
    1. Working with a feed from Flickr
      8m 38s
    2. Parsing data from the Flickr API
      9m 39s
    3. Displaying photos on a separate page
      3m 28s
    4. Styling a responsive grid
      6m 2s
  7. 27m 51s
    1. Setting up a Twitter account
      4m 32s
    2. Understanding the Twitter feed
      3m 24s
    3. Parsing data from the Twitter API
      4m 35s
    4. Styling our Twitter feeds
      3m 31s
    5. Processing Tweets through regular expressions
      6m 35s
    6. Finishing our app
      5m 14s
  8. 2m 2s
    1. Next steps
      2m 2s

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jQuery Mobile Web Applications
3h 25m Intermediate Feb 04, 2014

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Learn how to build dynamic jQuery Mobile web applications that read data from services like Flickr, YouTube, WordPress, and Twitter, in this course with Ray Villalobos. Ray shows you how to display photos, videos, and even Tweets on your sites using jQuery Mobile and these popular APIs. He also shows how to export information from a WordPress blog using a JSON-based plugin and create a new jQuery Mobile project using that data. Along the way, he covers the new features in jQuery Mobile 1.4 such as changes to templates, filterable lists, icons, and buttons.

Topics include:
  • Creating a new page with jQuery Mobile
  • Importing feeds
  • Adding thumbnails to list items
  • Creating dynamic toolbars
  • Parsing a YouTube feed
  • Displaying photos with the Flickr API
  • Parsing and styling Twitter feeds
Subjects:
Web Web Design Mobile Web Web Development
Software:
jQuery Mobile
Author:
Ray Villalobos

Welcome

Hey there this is Ray Villalobos and welcome to jQuery Mobile Web Applications. In this course I want to show you how to build a web application in jQuery mobile that reads data from a variety of sources. I'll show you how to work with different API's including the flickr, YouTube and Twitter APIs. I'll also show you how to export information from a Wordpress blog using a JSON plugin. We'll take that data and create new content within our JQUERY mobile application.

I'll also cover some of the new features in version 1.4, including some of the changes to templates, filterable lists, icons, and buttons. Plus, I'll show you how to create dynamic toolbars that are generated from javascript. Even if you don't use jQuery Mobile, I think you'll find the information on parsing and processing feeds from various sources crucial. So let's get started with jQuery Mobile Web Applications.

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