Did you notice that did not exist, apart the official site of jQuery Mobile, tutorials explaining this subject as a whole? Clearly, how to use it effectively to build an application from A to Z.
It is why I decided to write this tutorial. My ambition is to update it as soon as the jQuery Mobile library is updated by their conceptors.
So you should always find here the latest documentation about this product.
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This tutorial is divided into 3 parts:
Part one: Display graphic components
We study the display of graphics on touch screens, such as radio buttons, selection lists and check boxes.
Part three: Case study
This part of the book concerns the creation of an application using jQuery Mobile. Our goal here is to show how the concepts discussed above can be used to develop a concrete and useful mobile application. We will develop a messaging application to exchange instant messages between people connected to a server.
You may have a demo of the application. Please don't forget that you should connect with two browsers, to be able to discuss between them!
Please note that this part of the book is available only in the jQueryMobile Tutorial app (see below). You can download the app from the AppStore or Android Market (only $1).
|Part one||Part two||Part three (available only in the app)|
In response of many requirers, the jQuery Mobile Tutorial is now available as an application you can download from the AppStore or Android Market.
For the small price of $1, you can have a full access to all the chapters of the book. No internet connection is needed to read it.
Moreover, help us to keep this site updated. Buy the app! (only $1, a promotional price for its launch!)
For smartphones (iPhone & Android)
For tablets (iPad & Android tablets)
We are proud to present you books translated from this tutorial, here in French.
And some chapters translated into Serbo-Croatian by Jovana Milutinovich from Webhostinggeeks.com.
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