Join Joseph Lowery for an in-depth discussion in this video Working with jQuery Mobile, part of Building Android and iOS Apps with Dreamweaver CS5.5.
If building your first mobile app seems like a daunting task, Dreamweaver is…about to reduce that mountain to a molehill, a small molehill with that.…Dreamweaver now includes a collection of mobile starter pages that rely on the…integrated jQuery Mobile framework, they are easy-to-use, quick to customize and look great.…You start by going to File > New and opening the New Document dialog box.…From there, choose Page from Sample and then choose Mobile Starters under Sample Folder.…
The final one jQuery Mobile (PhoneGap ) is the same as jQuery Mobile (Local)…
- Understanding the mobile app toolset
- Working with jQuery Mobile and mobile starters in Dreamweaver
- Applying an overall theme to an app
- Specifying Android settings
- Simulating the iPhone
- Setting up mobile pages
- Keeping jQuery Mobile current
- Applying page transitions
- Creating collapsible content
- Defining list views with images
- Creating web forms for mobile
- Integrating geolocation data with Google Maps
- Previewing an app in Device Central
Skill Level Intermediate
iOS 4 Web Applications with HTML5 and CSS3with Ray Villalobos3h 26m Intermediate
1. Exploring the Mobile App Landscape
2. Creating Your First Mobile App
Working with jQuery Mobile7m 37s
3. Setting Up an Android Work Environment
4. Establishing an iOS Workspace
5. Building a Mobile App from Scratch
6. Crafting a Form for Mobile
7. Advanced Features
8. Working with Device Central
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