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HTML5 Mobile Websites
Turbocharging HTML5 with jQuery Mobile, Sencha Touch, and Other Frameworks





ISBN 9780240818139
Published September 7, 2011 by Routledge
248 Pages - 400 Color Illustrations

 
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Book Description

Build HTML5-powered mobile web experiences with the aid of development frameworks that speed the development of Native App-like experiences. Build on your foundation of HTML and JavaScript with a complete understanding of the different mobile Web browser technologies. You get carefully detailed techniques that are illustrated in full color so you can leverage the Web technologies unique to each mobile browser, apply frameworks such as Sencha Touch to rapidly build out your designs, and design techniques expressly suited for tablet devices. Projects provide hands-on practice and code is provided on the companion website, www.visualizetheweb.com.

Table of Contents

Section 1: Building Web sites with HTML5 to Work with Mobile Phones
Project 1: Developing your first Mobile Web site

Section 2: Developing Web sites with jQuery Mobile
Project 2: Building a mobile Web site using jQuery Mobile

Section 3: Working with jqTouch to build Web sites on top of jQuery
Project 3: Building a Web site with jqTouch

Section 4: Using Sencha Touch to build a Mobile Web Site
Project 4: building Web applications using Sencha Touch

Section 5: Additional Frameworks you can use to Build Mobile Web Sites
Project 5: merging frameworks together in to a single site

Section 6: Creating Web Sites for iPad and Android Tablets
Project 6: Developing solutions for Tablets

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Biography

Matthew David is a specialist developing rich Web solutions using technologies like Flash and the latest Web design techniques. In addition, he works in online sales, marketing, and search engine optimization, with the aim of driving business to customer sites. Matthew partners with many companies as a business strategist, works closely with the World Wide Web Consortium Group (W3C), and is on Adobe's Advisory team.