We’re diving into part 2 of our advanced jQuery Mobile topics.
It’s time to dive into the jQuery Mobile API.
In this screencast we will walk you through using Yahoo Query Language (YQL) in order to pull your WordPress RSS feed and parse it into a jQueryMobile web app.
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.
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.
It’s time to move into some action with our Appcelerator series.
This screencast goes into detail about Apple IOS standards for creating IOS (and android) Web apps.
This screencast will teach you how to add admob to jQuery mobile with multi page support.