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So you built a great DotNetNuke Module, but now you want to make its data and functionality available to mobile users with a smart-phone device such as an iPhone, Android or Blackberry....

So you built a great DotNetNuke Module, but now you want to make its data and functionality available to mobile users with a smart-phone device such as an iPhone, Android or Blackberry.

Well, you're in luck, because in this session Antonio will show you how easy it is to build a mobile web app that consumes REST web services with a little client side scripting, the jQTouch framework and jQuery.

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  • 1. Smartphone-enable your DNN apps with jQTouchAntonio Chagoury
    Day of DotNetNuke, Chicago October 2, 2010
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  • 2. About Me
    DotNetNuke Core Team Member and Project Lead, Blog and Install Utility
    Principal & Software Architect, Inspector IT, Inc.
    Use DotNetNuke as the Development Platform of choice for large Web 2.0 and Enterprise Implementations
    Microsoft MVP, Visual Basic
    I blog at www.cto20.com
    Co-Founder and President, Capital DotNetNuke User Group (CDUG)
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  • 3. Many thanks to our sponsors for making the event possible
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  • 4. Why jQTouch?
    Who wants to learn Objective-C?
    HTML 5 + jQuery is cool! Plus, you may learn new tricks in the process
    Go offline with HTML 5 using SQLlite and ApplicationCache
    Deploy Apps without the AppStoreheadaches and bureaucracy
    But, If you must have AppStore, deploy with PhoneGap, AppCelerator, or others
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  • 5. Approach: Build a mobile version of the DotNetNuke Blog
    DotNetNuke website hosting our blog
    Add low-fidelity data service to return JSON responses
    Add jQTouch Framework + jQuery
    A touch of HTML 5 + CSS
    Test Mobile App with MobiOne Test Center
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  • 6. DotNetNukeWebsite: CTO20.DEV
    Our Framework’s Architecture
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    DNN Database
    Desktop Browser
    DAL
    jQTouch +jQueryHTML
    Json
    MobiOneTest Center
  • 7. Buckle Up!
    Install jQTouch framework
    Explore jQTouch sample mobile web app
    Review how we are exposing JSON data from the DotNetNuke Blog Module
    Build a mobile web app version of our blog
    Consume JSON with jQuery
    Test App with MobiOne
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  • 8. Let’s Code
    Have you had enough PowerPoint?
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  • 9. Resources
    jQuery: www.jquery.com
    jQTouch Framework: www.jqtouch.com
    jQTouch Support and Docs: http://code.google.com/p/jqtouch/
    MobiOne Emulator: http://www.genuitec.com/mobile/
    Book: Building iPhone Apps with HTML, CSS and Javascript
    My Blog: www.cto20.com
    Follow my tweets: www.twitter.com/antoniochagoury
    Connect with me: http://linkedin.com/in/antoniochagoury
    Email me: antonio@inspectorit.com
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