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In this screencast we will focus on grabbing all rows and results given for a specific query. When we have those results we will assign a variable to the field names that we need to use. We will also look at how to add SQLite results to a tableview inside of Titanium. This requires using an array and pushing the data to our table.
This tutorial will show examples of loading images in the HTML5 canvas.
Weâ€™re diving into part 2 of our advanced jQuery Mobile topics. We will cover a few APIs at a time to really help you understand things. We are going to look at the default back button settings and how to implement them. Also, we are going to take another look at the swipe API. Finally, we will run into an instance where we need to use the pageinit function again.
In this screencast we will walk you through using Yahoo Query Language (YQL) in order to pull your WordPress RSS feed and parse it into a jQueryMobile web app. We will grab the thumbnail, link, title, and description in our app. And, we will also create a detail page to read the detail description that is given from the RSS feed.
In this screencast (part 2 of this series) we will learn how to use HTTPClient data to connect to our remote server, and read data populated by MySQL into an XML RSS feed. We will then take that data and parse it into a table in clean form for use within our appcelerator application. You can use this code to read any RSS feed or generate your own data to read into your application.
This post will create that simple nice game, just to show that you can make it with simple jquery, please note that this only add the basic rule of the game, which are, we have to pick the total number that matched the appear random number thats all.
This screencast is the second part of our jQuery Mobile forms example. We are going to pull in the main elements from the jQuery Mobile documentation and build a working form. We will pass the data from the jQuery Mobile form page to the result page and display the results with PHP. The source is available via the â€œdownloadâ€ link and also on Git Hub.
How to Create a Custom Facebook Share Button with a Custom Counter
Itâ€™s here! The much anticipated jQuery Mobile Theme Roller! Youâ€™ve seen our previous screencasts about building custom mobile themes for jQuery Mobile. Now you can do it without even looking at CSS code. jQuery Mobile Theme Roller is a very easy to use intuitive web application.
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