10 jQuery Mobile Features
Today’s post is about jQuery mobile that will give focus on the different features of mobile framework and make a mobile webpage with jQuery. Have fun!
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1. jQuery Mobile CSS Transitions
The jQuery Mobile framework includes a set of six CSS-based transition effects that can be applied to any object or page change event, which apply the chosen transition when navigating to a new page and the reverse transition for the Back button. By default, the framework applies the right to left slide transition.
2. jQuery Mobile Date Picker Like Android
The goal is to get the look of Android date picker.
jQuery Mobile Method & Utilities (includes: jquery mobile changepage and jquery mobile back button)
jQuery Mobile exposes several methods and properties on the $.mobile object for use in your applications.
4. jQuery Mobile Dialog
This is a regular page, styled as a dialog. To create a dialog, just link to a normal page and include a transition and data-rel=”dialog” attribute.
5. jQuery Mobile Themes
Mobiles are just not for entertainment purposes anymore! You can now get the information at your fingertips anywhere you go thanks to everyday improving mobile technology.
6. jQuery Mobile Pages within Pages
The jQuery Mobile “page” structure is optimized to support either single pages, or local internal linked “pages” within a page.
7. jQurery Mobile RSS Reader
Learn how to build a simple Tuts+ RSS reader, using PHP and jQuery Mobile.
8. jQuery Mobile Passing Data Between Pages
Coming from Flex one of the things I’ve struggled a bit with is passing data between views in my jQuery Mobile applications. The template approach with Mustache worked really well, but it also had a lot of overhead.
9. jQuery Mobile Ajax Navigation
jQuery Mobile is designed to work with simple page linking conventions. Essentially, you can link pages and assets as you normally would, and jQuery Mobile will automatically handle page requests in a single-page model, using Ajax when possible.
10. jQuery Mobile SimpleDialog