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What you’ll learn
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.
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 eeer 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.
Lecture 1 The Course Overview
Lecture 4 Variables
Lecture 5 Functions
Lecture 6 For Loop
Lecture 7 While and Do While Loops
Lecture 8 if Statement
Lecture 9 Switch Statement
Lecture 10 What Is the DOM?
Lecture 11 Accessing the DOM
Lecture 12 Manipulating the DOM
Lecture 13 jquery Fundamentals
Lecture 14 Using jQuery: Local Versus CDN
Lecture 15 Basic jQuery Example
Lecture 16 Accessing the DOM with jQuery
Lecture 17 Updating the Elements and Content
Lecture 18 Inserting the Elements and Content
Lecture 19 Playing with Forms
Lecture 20 CSS Fun
Lecture 21 A Quick Look at Events
Section 2: Getting Started with PhoneGap
Lecture 22 The Course Overview
Lecture 23 Leveraging Web Technologies
Lecture 24 Interfacing with Native Features
Lecture 25 Cross Platform
Lecture 26 History of PhoneGap
Lecture 27 Cordova Versus PhoneGap
Lecture 28 How Does PhoneGap Work?
Lecture 29 PhoneGap CLI
Lecture 30 PhoneGap Build
Lecture 31 PhoneGap Desktop/Developer App
Lecture 32 ing and Installing Node.js –macOS
Lecture 33 ing and Installing Node.js – Linux
Lecture 34 ing and Installing Node.js – Windows
Lecture 35 ing and Installing Xcode
Lecture 36 Configuring Xcode
Lecture 37 ing and Installing Android Studio –macOS
Lecture 38 ing and Installing Android Studio – Linux
Lecture 39 ing and Installing Android Studio – Windows
Lecture 40 Installing the CLIs
Lecture 41 Project Management
Lecture 42 Editing config.xml
Lecture 43 Investigating the Initial Template
Lecture 44 Running on iOS
Lecture 45 Running on Android
Lecture 46 What Is a Framework?
Lecture 47 Choosing a Framework
Lecture 48 Our Frameworkl
Lecture 49 Designing Filer’s User Interface
Lecture 50 Designing Filer’s Models
Lecture 51 Folder Structure and Terms
Lecture 52 Supporting Android and iOS Themes
Lecture 53 Additional Image Assets
Lecture 54 Store and local Storage Adapter
Lecture 55 Entity Model
Lecture 56 Piece and Text Piece Models
Lecture 57 Text Note Model
Lecture 58 Notes Model
Lecture 59 From Design to View
Lecture 61 From Design to View
Lecture 63 Wrapping it all up
Lecture 64 Demonstration and Ideas for Improvement
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.