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6
Feb

PhoneGap Notifications and jQuerry Mobile Buttons

In this tutorial we will cover PhoneGap Notifications and jQuery Mobile Buttons.

We will use following PhoneGap Notifications:

  • A custom yet simple notification.
  • A confirmation notification.
  • A Beep notification. (Only working on the device, doesn’t work in simulator)
  • A vibrate notification. (Only working on the device, doesn’t work in simulator)
  • Buttons basics, icons and themes.

jQuery Mobile Buttons used here

  • Buttons basics, icons and themes.

phonegap notifications
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1
Feb

Getting started tutorial on how to develop portable mobile apps using web technologies

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.

develop portable mobile apps using web technologies

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.

The main advantage to using web technologies with PhoneGap is that web designers and web developers can write HTML5, CSS and JavaScript code and still be able to build Apps for mobile devices without having to learn other programming languages such as C++, Objective C or JAVA. The best part is that you write code once and build for Android, iPhone, Blackberry, Windows Phone, WebOS, Symbian.

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18
Dec

Multi view iPhone application – tab views and navigation bar

The basic of iPhone application development starts with multi view, so in this tutorial we will learn to create a multi view iPhone app.
We will create a simple app which will contain 2 tabs. The first tab will also use a navigation bar.

Creating the project and tab views

Create a new project for iPhone using the template Empty Application and name it MultiView.
We will add one view controller for each tab screen: add to the project one new file for each tab using the UIViewController subclass, name them FirstViewController and SecondViewController and select the checkbox With XIB for user interface.
Draw using the Interface Builder some interface on each of the 2 screens of our multi view iPhone app.

Multi view iPhone app - first view
First tab view of our multi view iPhone app
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16
Dec

iPhone navigation bar plus table view application howto

We’re going to create a simple application for the iPhone using a navigation bar and a table view. This application will be able to move between 2 screens using a navigation bar. The first view will use a table view, and the text on the second screen will change depending on the selection from the table.

iPhone navigation bar plus table view - Final look

iPhone navigation bar plus table view app final look

Creating the XCode project

First, go ahead and create a new project. Choose the Empty Application template, name your project SimpleNavbarApp and choose as Device Family “iPhone”. This template will generate just the app delegate files: AppDelegate.h and AppDelegate.m. We will add more files to the project later.

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