Build PhoneGap Apps with jQuery Mobile

Posted on September 04, 2013, 6:17 pm
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In this Episode I show you how to add jQuery Mobile to your PhoneGap App to develop native look like apps.

Hot to use geolocation with phonegap: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=glu95LPVRoo

Build your mobile App with Phonegap (Install & Build): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qx3CgmKVM4E

11 Responses to: Build PhoneGap Apps with jQuery Mobile

  1. October 23rd, 2013

    at last thanks dude pliz add more videos on this tut u've helped me a lot.

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  2. October 29th, 2013

    man you helped me too, thank you.

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  3. March 3rd, 2014

    Best tutorial I've found yet on PhoneGap, week done. 360 pixel resolution makes it difficult to follow at times, is there a 720p version?

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  4. July 5th, 2014

    How do you add more pages? do you just make a button and then click to it…. I know that's how but can you show how?  Great Tut thank you so much.

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  5. July 6th, 2014

    For some reason it's still defaulting to the other www folder and just showing the Hello World Splash Screen. I followed everything you did but it keeps doing it.

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  6. July 6th, 2014

    I think it's the difference in Xcode versions. Down where you have  your CordocaLib.xcodeproj files I have a folder just above it called Staging where my ios folder is and it's the www folder in it that I have to work in.

    So far I've just changed them both but I probably just need to work in the one because once I edited it its working now.

    I wonder what Xcode 6 is going to be like????

    Thanks still thumbs up

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  7. August 8th, 2014

    In jQuery and jQuery Mobile, you can use:
    var input = $("#textInput").val;

    instead of:
    var input = document.getElementById("textInput").value;

    Just a bit of shorthand that jQuery and jQuery Mobile allow. The jQuery Selector has tons of different selection abilities — classes, id's, etc… Makes it very easy to find what you're trying to manipulate in the DOM, instead of always having to use getElementById.

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  8. February 13th, 2015

    Is it mandatory to insert multiple pages in a single index.html file in jquery?

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  9. February 23rd, 2015

    @Tony Blanco:

    For some reasons I can't answer your question directly, but it isn't required to insert multiple pages in a single .html file. You can also split those pages in a html file for each page. 

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