HTML5 and CSS3 are full of lots of sweet features. But it can be tricky to determine which features your device supports. Luckily there are sites out there which will report on the features your device support. To test HTML5 features, there is the appropriately named, HTML5Test.com and for CSS3, there is the equally appropriately named, CSS3Test.com. Back […]Read more "HTML5, CSS3 Test Redux"
This is the second version of this post. I realized late that version 1.1.1 of jQuery Mobile had been released three days ago. Since it fixes a lot of issues, I made corrections to the post and the source code to support it. The JQM Skeleton project has been updated with a few niceties to […]Read more "JQM Skeleton Update"
One of the great promises of PhoneGap is it ability to access a device’s hardware from an easy to code, web-style development environment. In this tutorial we will show how to the device’s camera, capture an image, scale it, render it to a page. This tutorial is for iOS, but it should work across devices. […]Read more "jQuery Mobile, PhoneGap, and the Camera Device"
When I wrote the tutorial detailing the steps necessary to convert my jQuery Mobile Calculator into an Android app with PhoneGap, I promised a tutorial for iOS as well. So, here is the promised iOS tutorial. One of things I really like about the combination of jQuery Mobile and PhoneGap is that it really easy to […]Read more "Converting the jQuery Mobile Calculator to PhoneGap (iOS version)"
Ads are one the easiest ways for a developer to get paid for an app. Apache Cordova, the new name for PhoneGap, is one of the easiest ways to develop apps for the iOS and other platforms. The problem is how to combine the two of them? Nothing in the official documentation of either says […]Read more "Cordova (PhoneGap) and AdMob Together: iOS Version"