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jQuery mobile framework takes the “write less, do more” mantra to the next level: Instead of writing unique apps for each mobile device or OS. Although jQuery Mobile is still relatively new but with jQuery Mobile, developers can write applications as website, RSS reader for a lot of mobile devices, including smart phones and tablets. In this post I will show you 8 Useful jQuery Mobile tutorials that you can use as a guide to learn jQuery Mobile. 1.
In this tutorial I will show you how to build a website with JQuery Mobile . In this first part of the tutorial I will explain the site’s characteristics, and I will implement the home page of the site. The Event Website The website will advertise a fictional event, and it will consist of four distinct pages: Home Speakers Schedule Information The site’s map would be something like this:
This article is a continuation of my series on how to build a website with JQuery Mobile. In the first part of this tutorial, Creating a Website Using JQuery Mobile, Part 1 , I presented the requirements for the site and finished implementing the Home page. Now it is time to build the Speakers page. From Wireframe to HTML Let’s take a look at the wireframe for this page: As with the home page, I will use the JQuery Mobile’s standard boilerplate page template for the Speakers page.
JQuery Mobile is a great UI framework for developing mobile applications, which works by applying progressive enhancements to your clean, semantic HTML, and transform it into rich user interfaces. In this series I have been showing you how to quickly put together a fictional event website using JQuery Mobile . I have saved the construction of the last two pages, event Schedule and Information, for this article. The Schedule Page Below is how I need the Schedule page to look.