Go Portable with jQuery Mobile

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In this course, we’ll review the widgets that come with jQuery Mobile, and how they can be initialized and configured. We’ll focus on the data-attribute method of using the framework, and learn how we can use it without having to write a single line of JavaScript or CSS.

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Introduction

04:05

1.Introduction
1 lesson, 04:05

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1.1
Introduction
04:05

2.Go Portable with jQuery Mobile
14 lessons, 1:50:23

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2.1
Creating Your First jQuery Mobile Page
05:42

2.2
A Look At The Toolbar Widget
11:07

2.3
The Navbar
04:32

2.4
Buttons In More Detail
08:04

2.5
Ajax Page Transitions
06:26

2.6
The Page Is a Widget Too!
07:07

2.7
Form Elements
14:09

2.8
More Form Elements
07:18

2.9
The Listview Widget
12:21

2.10
Collapsible Content Blocks
06:18

2.11
Dialogs
08:10

2.12
Popups
06:37

2.13
The Layout Grid
04:59

2.14
Testing While In Development
07:33

3.Conclusion
1 lesson, 03:59

3.1
Summary
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Preview for Go Portable with jQuery Mobile
Lessons:
16
Length:
2 hours
About Dan Wellman
Dan Wellman is an author and front-end engineer. By day he wrangles JavaScript for Skype in London, and by night he writes books and tutorials about web-development, and produces screencast courses for Tuts+ Premium. Prior to this, Dan spent six years working as a front-end developer for two small digital agencies in his home town of Southampton, where he honed his skills from developer hobbyist to respected professional. For over ten years Dan has written for numerous websites such as Dev Shed, DMX Zone, Developer Drive, and of course Nettuts, and also several magazines including; PSD Magazine and .Net. He has so far had 7 books published. Somewhere between commuting, coding and writing, Dan is also a grateful husband and the proud father of four wonderful children. Occasionally he enjoys playing tennis badly, amateur boxing, riding mountain bikes around forests, or just spending time with family and friends. He also loves strong coffee, single-malt whisky, and having a moan on Twitter.
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