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Creating a Slick Web App Using jQTouch

by Librarian/Educator at St. Petersburg College/Novare Library Services on Aug 12, 2011

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According to jqtouch.com, jQTouch is a “jQuery plugin for mobile Web development on the iPhone, Android, iPod Touch, and other forward-thinking devices.” Web apps can easily be created using ...

According to jqtouch.com, jQTouch is a “jQuery plugin for mobile Web development on the iPhone, Android, iPod Touch, and other forward-thinking devices.” Web apps can easily be created using jQTouch, and they resemble native apps. jQTouch includes native WebKit animations, automatic navigation, extensions for geo-location and offline capabilities, and themes built specifically for mobile WebKit browsers like the above-mentioned mobile devices. In this session, Chad Mairn will explain the differences between native and Web apps, highlight some free and useful web development tools, and will then demonstrate how to install and customize jQTouch in order to help kick start your library’s mobile Web presence.

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