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How To Use jQuery Mobile Panels

jQuery Mobile 1.3 has a great new feature called panels. Panels are very common in native iOS applications and most commonly seen on YouTube and Facebook apps. jQuery Mobile panels are extremely simple to use but there are a few things to be remembered when working with panels. Follow along below, or watch the video to learn how to use jQuery Mobile panels.

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How To Add AdMob To your Appcelerator App

In this screencast we are going to look at how to monetize our native iPhone or Android applications by using ads or more specifically AdMob. AdMob is a great way for you to offer free iPhone or Android apps and still make money as a developer, through the available ads in your app. This process will require you to download the AdMob module from the Appcelerator market place. You can find the direct link here.

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Introduction To PhoneGap + IOS

PhoneGap is a wrapper type application that allows you to package HTML5/CSS3 Web Apps inside of a native app. This is a great feature because it gives you the ability to distribute your app via the app stores and have a so called “native app” without having to learn Java and Objective-C to code in the operating system native languages.
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4 JavaScript Frameworks You Need To Start Using Today

The web has quickly moved from fancy websites running strictly on HTML and a server side programming language, to dynamic web applications whose front ends run on JavaScript. JavaScript is an old language (created in 10 days). It has its problems but it has major advantages including its flexibility and user interface. Browser JavaScript engines are showing massive improvement, and so is JavaScript. Here are 4 awesome JavaScript frameworks you need to be aware of if you want to be a great web developer these days.
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Appcelerator Titanium SQLite P2: Getting & Adding Results To The Tableview

This screencast is part 2 of using SQLite with Appcelerator Titanium. In this screencast we will focus on grabbing all rows and results given for a specific query. When we have those results we will assign a variable to the field names that we need to use. We will also look at how to add SQLite results to a tableview inside of Titanium. This requires using an array and pushing the data to our table. For each row in the database we will require a row on the tableview.

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Introduction To Appcelerator Titanium

The first screencast in a large series of Appcelerator. Learn how to develop inside of Appcelerator titanium to build cross platform mobile applications. You will learn how to build for IOS, Android and eventually the blackberry. We will be using Titanium Studio the IDE from Appcelerator to develop JavaScript for our cross platform mobile applications

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