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jQuery Mobile is one of the fastest and most popular ways to build web applications for smartphones and tablets. This course covers the major workflow elements of creating mobile applications with jQuery Mobile, starting with a basic app using components, themes, and dialogs. Author Ray Villalobos also shows how to make your project dynamic and acquire data from other WordPress sites using the WordPress JSON plug-in. Plus, discover how to extend your application through theming, custom icons, and data feeds from services such as ThemeRoller and the YouTube, Flickr, and Twitter APIs.
Hey there, this is Ray Villalobos and welcome to jQuery Mobile Web Applications. In this course I will start by showing you how jQuery Mobile works and how to access the library through content delivery networks or local libraries. I will show you how to create simple pages using custom headers, footers, and buttons. Then we will examine how to customize a jQuery Mobile theme using jQuery Mobile's ThemeRoller or our own custom CSS, and how to add custom icons to the library. We will take a look at building a dynamic app that auto-updates with the latest articles from a WordPress blog, videos you've uploaded through YouTube and photos from a Flickr account.
Finally, I will show you how to handle auto-updating from a Twitter feed. We will be covering all these features and more, so let's get started with jQuery Mobile Web Applications.
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