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.
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.
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.
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.
Sometimes you need to start at the very beginning. SQLite: The Basics will start at the very basic concept of creating an sqlite database and go all the way through installing it in your Appcelerator Titanium app. We will perform very basic queries within our application. If you are a total newb this is for you.
In this screencast (part 2 of this series) we will learn how to use HTTPClient data to connect to our remote server, and read data populated by MySQL into an XML RSS feed. We will then take that data and parse it into a table in clean form for use within our appcelerator application. You can use this code to read any RSS feed or generate your own data to read into your application.
In this first part we will create a a form that will accept data and an event that will use the HTTPClient to pass that data to the server. The php file will grab the information and post it to a MySQL database. Source files included.
In this screencast we are going to focus primarily on how “views” work within our application. We will touch briefly on web views and table views in order to understand how views interact within appcelerator.