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New UI Article and Architectural Presentation on PhoneGap

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New UI Article and Architectural Presentation on PhoneGap

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A couple of PhoneGap related activities I’ve been up to recently…

First, an article I recently wrote on Creating a Card-based UI in PhoneGap has been published on DZone.  Be sure to check it out for some tips on creating the user interface, all with just HTML, CSS, and JavaScript.   This covers both basic/static and dynamic use cases.

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Second, a video of my presentation on “Architectural Considerations for PhoneGap and Mobile Web Apps” has been published by the Atlanta HTML5 meetup group.  Check it out in the video below, and if you’re in the Atlanta area, be sure to check out the meetup group!  Here’s the presentation description:

Tired of Hello World? In this session, we explore best practices to build real-world PhoneGap applications. We investigate the Single Page Architecture, HTML templates, effective Touch events, performance techniques, modularization and more. We also compare and contrast the leading JavaScript and Mobile Frameworks. This session is a must If you plan to build a PhoneGap application that has more than a couple of screens.

… and here’s the actual presentation video:

If you’re reading this, and wondering what PhoneGap is:

PhoneGap is a free and open source framework that allows you to create mobile apps using standardized web APIs for the platforms you care about.

You should definitely check it out, and enjoy!

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