jQuery Mobile Web Development Essentials - Third Edition

Packt Publishing Limited
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  • erschienen am 28. März 2016
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Build a powerful and practical jQuery-based framework in order to create mobile-optimized websitesAbout This BookBuild websites with jQuery Mobile that work beautifully across a wide range of mobile devicesBecome a competent jQuery Mobile developer and learn the building blocks of jQuery Mobile's component-driven designThis book covers key concepts but with a focus on providing the practical skills requiredWho This Book Is ForThis book is for any web developer who is looking to create mobile-optimized websites. Basic knowledge of HTML is required. Minor familiarity with JavaScript would help but is not required.What You Will LearnCreate mobile-optimized sites using simple HTMLStructure your sites so users can browse them on mobile devicesFind out how to work with multiple pages in the JQM framework and embed multiple pages in HTML filesEnhance simple pages using various toolbarsInclude mobile-optimized forms for interactive sitesConvert desktop sites into mobile versionsUse HTML5's local storage feature in jQuery Mobile to include persistent client-side storageExplore the rich sets of widgets and themes available and discover how to modify them for use in your jQuery Mobile siteIn DetailjQuery Mobile is a HTML5-based touch-optimized web framework. jQuery Mobile can be used to build responsive cross-platform websites and apps for a wide range of smartphones, tablets, and desktop devices. The jQuery Mobile framework can be integrated with other mobile app frameworks such as PhoneGap, IBM Worklight, and more.Introduction to jQuery Mobile explains how to add the framework to your HTML pages to create rich, mobile-optimized web pages with minimal effort. You'll learn how to use jQuery Mobile's automatic enhancements and configure the framework for customized, powerful mobile-friendly websites. We then dig into forms, events, and styling. You'll see how jQuery Mobile automatically enhances content, and will find out how to use the JavaScript API to build complex sites. We'll introduce you to how jQuery Mobile can be themed as well looking into how JavaScript can be used for deep sets of customizations. The examples are ready to run and can be used to help kick-start your own site. Along the way, you will leverage all the concepts you learn to build three sample mobile applications.Style and approachThrough a set of easy to follow instructions, we'll show you how to use jQuery Mobile's features one easy-to-use widget at a time. You'll see examples for each feature as well as screenshots to demonstrate what they should look like on a mobile device. You can then take these example files and modify them as you learn to experiment.
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Raymond Camden is a developer advocate for IBM. His work focuses on the StrongLoop platform, Bluemix, hybrid mobile development, Node.js, HTML5, and web standards in general. He's a published author and presents at conferences and user groups on a variety of topics. Raymond can be reached at his blog (http://www.raymondcamden.com), @raymondcamden on Twitter, or via e-mail at raymondcamden@gmail.com.
Raymond Camden is the author of many development books, including Apache Cordova in Action, Manning Publications and Client-Side Data Storage, O'Reilly Media, Inc. Andy Matthews has been working as a software engineer for nearly 20 years with experience in a wide range of industries and a skillset that includes UI/UX, graphic design, and programming. He is the coauthor of the books Creating Mobile Apps with jQuery Mobile and jQuery Mobile Web Development Essentials by Packt Publishing. He has written for online publications, such as Adobe, NetTuts, and .NET Magazine. He has spoken at conferences all over the country, and has developed a number of projects for the open source community.
  • Cover
  • Copyright
  • Credits
  • About the Authors
  • About the Reviewer
  • www.PacktPub.com
  • Table of Contents
  • Preface
  • Chapter 1: Preparing Your First jQuery Mobile Project
  • Important preliminary points
  • Building an HTML page
  • Getting jQuery Mobile
  • Implementing jQuery Mobile
  • Working with data attributes
  • Summary
  • Chapter 2: Working with jQuery Mobile Pages
  • Important preliminary points
  • Adding multiple pages to one file
  • jQuery Mobile, links, and you
  • Working with multiple files
  • jQuery Mobile and URLs
  • Additional customization
  • Page titles
  • Prefetching content
  • Changing page transitions
  • Summary
  • Chapter 3: Enhancing Pages with Headers, Footers, and Toolbars
  • Important preliminary points
  • Adding headers
  • Icon sneak peek
  • Working with back buttons
  • Working with footers
  • Creating fixed and fullscreen headers and footers
  • Fullscreen headers and footers
  • Working with navigation bars
  • Persisting navigation bar footers across multiple pages
  • Summary
  • Chapter 4: Working with Lists
  • Creating lists
  • Working with list features
  • Creating inset lists
  • Creating list dividers
  • Autodividers
  • Creating lists with count bubbles
  • Using thumbnails and icons
  • Creating split button lists
  • Summary
  • Chapter 5: Getting Practical - Building a Simple Hotel Mobile Website
  • Welcome to Hotel Camden
  • The home page
  • Finding the hotel
  • Listing the hotel rooms
  • Contacting the hotel
  • Summary
  • Chapter 6: Working with Forms and jQuery Mobile
  • Before you begin
  • What jQuery Mobile does with forms
  • Working with radio buttons and checkboxes
  • Working with select menus
  • Custom select fields
  • Search, toggle, and slider fields
  • Search fields
  • Flip switch fields
  • Slider fields
  • Using native form controls
  • Working with mini fields
  • Summary
  • Chapter 7: Creating Grids, Panels, and Other Widgets
  • Laying out content with grids
  • Making responsive grids
  • Working with collapsible content
  • Using popups
  • Responsive tables
  • Working with panels
  • Using filterable widgets
  • Working with tabs
  • Summary
  • Chapter 8: Moving Further with the Notekeeper Mobile Application
  • What is a mobile application?
  • Designing your first mobile application
  • Listing out the requirements
  • Building your wireframes
  • Designing the Add Note wireframe
  • The Display Notes wireframe
  • The View Note/Delete button wireframe
  • Writing the HTML
  • Adding functionality with JavaScript
  • Storing Notekeeper data
  • Using localStorage
  • Effective use of boilerplates
  • Building the Add Note feature
  • Adding bindings
  • Collecting and storing data
  • Building the Display Notes feature
  • Dynamically adding notes to our listview
  • Viewing a note
  • Using the .on() method
  • Dynamically creating a new page
  • Deleting a note
  • Summary
  • Chapter 9: jQuery Mobile Configuration, Utilities, and JavaScript Methods
  • Configuring jQuery Mobile
  • Using jQuery Mobile utilities
  • Page methods and utilities
  • Utilities related to path and URL
  • jQuery Mobile widget and form utilities
  • Summary
  • Chapter 10: Working with Events
  • Working with physical events
  • Handling page events
  • What about $(document).ready?
  • Creating a real example
  • Summary
  • Chapter 11: Enhancing jQuery Mobile
  • What's possible for designs?
  • The visual building blocks of jQuery Mobile
  • Border-radius
  • Applying drop shadows
  • Using text-shadow
  • Using box-shadow
  • The basics of jQuery Mobile theming
  • Bars (.ui-bar-?)
  • Content blocks (.ui-body-?)
  • Buttons and listviews (.ui-btn-?)
  • Mixing and matching swatches
  • Site-wide active state
  • Default icons
  • Creating and using a custom theme
  • What's ThemeRoller?
  • Using ThemeRoller
  • Preview
  • Colors
  • Inspector
  • Tools
  • Creating a theme for Notekeeper
  • Exporting your theme
  • Updating the Notekeeper app
  • Adding our custom theme
  • Summary
  • Chapter 12: Creating Native Applications
  • HTML as a native application
  • Working with PhoneGap
  • Adding the PhoneGap functionality
  • Summary
  • Chapter 13: Becoming an Expert - Building an RSS Reader Application
  • RSS reader - the application
  • Creating the RSS reader application
  • The displayFeeds function
  • Storing our feeds
  • Adding an RSS feed
  • Viewing a feed
  • Creating the entry view
  • Going further
  • Summary
  • Index

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