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Titanium Mobile Application Development

Titanium Mobile Application Development

Wink toolkit - A mobile JavaScript framework to build great webapps mobile-gps-web-gate - Extension for ALMOST EVERY mobile browser providing Javascript Geolocation API to build in phone GPS. You don't have to have the newest mobile phone to use GPS and Geolocation API. Almost every mobile browser (without proxy server) can be used to read position from buidin GPS. Share on facebook mobile-gps-web-gate is Java Midlet enriching mobile web pages for JavaScript Geolocation API allowing to read information from build in device GPS (JSR-179) and pass it to mobile web page. It acts as local webserver running on mobile phone that provide JavaScript file You need to include to You webpage. This project will be useful until major part of mobile browsers provide Geolocation API natively. Example page that can read information from GPS device is listed below. <html><head><script type="text/javascript" src=" showMap(position) { window.alert(position.coords.latitude + ", " + position.coords.longitude);} Working example available on: If You would like to support other then MIDP 2.0 devices please take a look at geo-location-javascript.

HTML5 Enterprise Application Architecture Now that we have a good understanding of HTML5 for applications, we can jump right into the HTML5 application architecture. The most important aspect of a good architecture is the independence and integration of all the parts of the system (i.e., integration should not be a factor of dependence). In other words, we strongly recommend lightweight, modular frameworks or libraries that do one or two thing well over the do-it-all mega-frameworks (e.g., Sencha) that try to do too many things, often in their own way (and not the HTML/CSS/JS way). So, in short, go lightweight and modular, and most of all, learn the HTML5 way and NOT the framework way. Here is our recommended HTML5 application architecture (with some library recommendations). From bottom to top: The base of all HTML5 applications is obviously the browser runtime with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript runtime. 2 DOM Access API 3 UI Elements In short, there are two different approaches. 4 Templating 5 Data 6 LightWeight MVC 7 Application

How to Center Anything With CSS Recently, we took a dive into the very core concepts behind CSS layout and explored the differences between absolute and relative positioning. We’re going to follow that up with another CSS layout talk, this time based around a fundamental question that almost every new developer asks: how do you center something? There are a bunch of different types of web elements and layout situations, each calling for a unique solution for centering (both vertically and horizontally). Today we’ll go over a bunch of these scenarios so you can wrap your mind around how they work and come away with the confidence to center anything! Who’s This For? I’ve gotten a lot of commenter feedback lately from designers who struggle with the basic methods and concepts of layout in CSS. Having been there quite a few times myself, I know that this is an immensely frustrating period of your professional growth. Horizontally Center an Element As you can see, by default, our div pops up in the top left of the viewport.

Android Bootstrap 40 Useful JavaScript Libraries - Smashing Magazine Advertisement Popular JavaScript libraries such as jQuery, MooTools, Prototype, Dojo and YUI can be great for accomplishing common JavaScript tasks. These libraries provide many functions, whether the matter is related to events or effects or AJAX. And if one of these libraries can’t do the job, a plug-in probably exists that can. Such flexibility is great but sometimes comes with a penalty (the size of JavaScript files being one of them). Although adopting a well-known JavaScript library is usually a wise decision, you may want to perform a task that can be accomplished by a more lightweight library dedicated exclusively to that task or that is not supported by the more popular JavaScript libraries. Below, we present 40 stand-alone JavaScript libraries that serve specific purposes. 1. wForms wForms is an open-source and unobtrusive library that simplifies the most common JavaScript form functions. Validanguage Validanguage is an unobtrusive JavaScript form validation framework. 2. 3. 4.

jQuery Mobile Developer Network 51 Best of jQuery Tutorials and Examples - Noupe Design Blog Apr 24 2008 There’s stuff all over the Web about jQuery, but finding the best tutorials to get you started can be tough. Here are Examples and tutorials from jQuery masters to keep you on the right track. We will start with jQuery masters and feature some of their best tutorials, then we will move on to more categorized tutorials, cheat sheets and hacks. You can also take a look at other 3 articles in this series : So let’s get started and don’t forget to subscribe to our RSS-Feed to keep track on our next post in this series. John Resig John Resig, creator of the JQuery JavaScript library and author of Pro JavaScript Techniques, is a Mozilla technologist focused on the relationship between Mozilla and the world of JavaScript libraries. Featured Tutorials of John Resig 15 Days Of jQuery 15 Days Of jQuery – Fantastic tutorials and example code that takes you from zero to hero in no time flat. Featured Tutorials of 15 Days Of jQuery Learning jQuery Featured Tutorials on LearningjQuery.com Bassistance

Your Web, documented · WebPlatform.org Eclipse and Java for Total Beginners This free video tutorial will help get you started writing Java programs using Eclipse version 3.3. No prior experience with Eclipse or Java is assumed. The 16 lessons total about 3 1/4 hours and are each between 9 and 14 minutes long. All of the code for the lessons is typed in "real time". Test-driven development is used throughout the lessons, using the JUnit testing facility in Eclipse. You can view all of the tutorials on Youtube or you can download them at the project download page. The tutorials use Eclipse version 3.3 (Europa), released June 2007. This tutorial is being released with Hungarian captions. Copyright (c) 2008 Mark Dexter.

HTML HTML, which stands for HyperText Markup Language, is the most basic building block of a webpage and used for creating and visually representing a webpage. It determines the content of a webpage, but not its functionality. HTML adds "markup" to standard English text. Hyper Text refers to links that connect Web pages to one another, making the World Wide Web what it is today. By creating and uploading Web pages to the Internet, you become an active participant in the World Wide Web once your site is online. The articles here provide reference materials for web development. HTML Reference In our extensive reference, you'll find the details on each element and attribute that makes up HTML. References Block-Level Elements HTML (Hypertext Markup Language) elements are usually "block-level" elements or "inline" elements. CORS Enabled Image CORS Settings Attributes Controlling Spell Checking in HTML Forms Firefox 2 introduces spell checking support to text areas and text fields in web forms.

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