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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.
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.
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