In the first part of this tutorial we’ve learned how to browse the file system. Now we’ll learn how to deal with files and folders actions, like open, copy, move and delete.
This tutorial will show you how to create a cross-platform mobile file explorer using web technologies like PhoneGap/Cordova and jQuery Mobile UI. This is a two part tutorial, the first part contains the browsing part of the folders and files from your file system device, and the second part contains implementation of the actions that can be made with the folders and files, like open, copy, move, delete.
This is a first from a series of tutorials about how to develop portable mobile apps using web technologies like HTML5 and CSS3. You will learn to develop Web application that can be packed into a binary app for mobile phone, so the purpose is to quickly build mobile phone apps with only Web technologies knowledge and those apps will be portable accross mobile platforms, at least at source code level.
PhoneGap is a free open source framework which gives you access to native APIs.
I’m working on a Windows station, but this can also be done on Linux and OSX.