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- Unleash the power of jQuery in your applications.
- Work on setting up the PhoneGap environment for building hybrid applications.
- Create a simple but useful productivity app.
- Interfacing with native device features, including the camera, microphone, file system, and more.
- Learn how to interact with the database using PhoneGap.
- Learn to secure mobile applications.
jQuery is very powerful, but it seems to be lacking in form validation. How can we use jQuery to validate web forms?
It's important to understand the basics of how PhoneGap came to be and how it has evolved over the years. We'll cover this in this video.
The PhoneGap CLI is the most flexible and complex face. It's what we'll be using for the rest of the videos in this course.
In this video, we'll cover the steps necessary to install Node.js on macOS.
Xcode is necessary in order to create iOS apps. There are two ways you can download it, and this video shows both. Note that you'll need an Apple ID in order to complete this process.
In this video, we'll cover the necessary steps to install Android Studio on macOS.
In this video we'll cover the steps necessary to install the PhoneGap and Cordova CLIs. Note that you only need one or the other, but you can have both installed on the same system if you wish.
In this video, we're going to make sure that you can run an app on an iOS device.
A framework provides a foundation upon which we can build our app. But it may not always be obvious why we would want to select a framework instead of writing all the code ourselves, or why we might choose to use one framework over another.
The user interface includes how the app looks and how the user interacts with the app. In this video we'll discuss both appearance and interaction flow.
In this video we'll discuss some important terms as they relate to both the project structure for our app and our chosen framework.
If our app doesn't persist the data that the user adds, it is useless. In this video, we'll discuss how to persist our user's data.
In this video, we'll build the visual representation of our list of notes.
In this video, we'll build the visual representation of our note and the corresponding text editor for note pieces.
There are a few things we need to discuss before we're done with the app.
- Basic knowledge of HTML.
- Basic knowledge of CSS.
Are you a developer who wants to build mobile applications with the help of web technologies? Do you want to develop a cross-platform mobile applications using Adobe PhoneGap? If yes, this Learning Path is for you.
Packt’s Video Learning Paths are a series of individual video products put together in a logical and stepwise manner such that each video builds on the skills learned in the video before it.
By the end of this Learning Path, you will be able to utilize your learnings effectively to develop cross-platform PhoneGap applications.
About the Authors:
For this course, we have combined the best works of these esteemed authors:
Chip Lambert has been developing websites and web applications for almost 20 years. He has authored two other books for Packt Publishing: Instant RESS Implementation How-To and Mastering jQuery Mobile. He is currently a software engineer for Jenzabar Inc. and an online instructor for Bluefield College, teaching courses in web and mobile application development.
Kerri Shotts has worked with computers for nearly twenty-four years. Her love for technology and programming started when she was introduced to her first computer: a Commodore 64. She obtained a degree in Computer Science. Now she works as a Technology Consultant thereby creating, designing, and maintaining custom applications (both desktop and mobile), websites, graphics and logos, and more for her clients. She is the author of five prior books published by Packt.
- This Learning Path is for mobile developers who want to develop hybrid mobile applications using PhoneGap. Also, web developers who wish to learn hybrid mobile application development will find the Learning Path useful.