It’s here! The much anticipated jQuery Mobile Theme Roller! You’ve seen our previous screencasts about building custom mobile themes for jQuery Mobile. Now you can do it without even looking at CSS code. jQuery Mobile Theme Roller is a very easy to use intuitive web application. It comes pre-built with theme swatches from Adobe Kuller. Take a look at this quick screencast that will get you from default theme to your custom jQuery Mobile theme in no time.
This screencast will teach you how to add admob to jQuery mobile with multi page support. Before jQuery mobile ajax feature caused an issue preventing this from working. Now have all of your pages support ads!
This screencast will teach you how to create a dashboard view similar to the facebook iphone app. Learn how to style it for a different number of icons and how to create some custom css and add it to your jQuery Mobile application.
Want to stand out from the crowd? Then, you might be wondering how to create your own custom jQuery Mobile theme. Well, this screencast will teach you how to do exactly that. You will learn how to edit a default jQuery Mobile theme and add your css and theme changes in order to customize it to your needs.
In this screencast you will learn how to use jQuery Mobile’s new grid layout system. We will build grids using 2 column, all the way to 5 column layout. Grids can be a must when it comes to mobile design especially when designing for tablets such as the iPad.
In this screencast you will learn how to use jQuery Mobile forms, and how it interacts with ajax in the jQuery Mobile framework. This screencast is an introduction to forms which covers all the basics and will get you up to spend and using forms quickly.
Learn how to build a mobile web app using HTML5 from scratch. This will teach you the meta tags needed for mobile web app development and also show you how to create native iphone scrolling using position:fixed in ios 5.0.
jQuery Mobile gives you the ability to detect scrolling events within the device. In this screencast we will write a small script that will popup an alert box when the user either starts to scroll, or when scrolling on the app stops.
In this quick screencast you will learn how to use the jQuery Mobile swipe event. This allows you to simulate touch based swipes on touch based devices. The swipe event comes from jQuery Mobile touch events, and as quoted form jquerymobile.com
jQuery Mobile offers several custom events that build upon native events to create useful hooks for development. Note that these events employ various touch, mouse, and window events, depending on event existence, so you can bind to them for use in both handheld and desktop environments.