Mobile Web Development Strategies

Mobile devices have come a long way in the last few years. As powerful as their desktop counterparts, mobile devices are profoundly different with touch screens, GPS, accelerometers, cameras, and other sensors, not to mention smaller screens. So many differences …

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Responsive Content with jQuery Mobile

jQuery mobile has a liquid layout out of the box. It uses mostly CSS3 and very few images. This makes it very fluid with any screen dimensions. What you may want to consider is responsive content as well. Look at …

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Zepto vs jQuery for Mobile

jQuery is the most popular js library by a long shot, and likewise jQuery Mobile is shaping up to be a great layer on top of that for mobile.  Comparatively Zepto is much smaller, has a smaller API and is still …

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Issue with $(document).ready() on jquery mobile

One of the first things a developer learns with jQuery is the use of the document.ready function.  It’s a good place to initialize your scripts well before all of the images are loaded in the onload event. A  jQuery mobile …

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Simplifying vs Complicating Performance Optimization

Simplifying your code for performance can and should be done throughout development. Complicating your code for performance should only be done after profiling has been done and bottlenecks have been identified. During the entire development process it’s good to constantly …

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