Building iPhone Apps with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript: Making App Store Apps without Objective-C or Cocoa (häftad)
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Häftad (Paperback)
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Engelska
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166
Utgivningsdatum
2010-02-12
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1
Förlag
O'REILLY & ASSOCIATES
Medarbetare
Jepson, Brian (ed.)
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illustrations
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233 x 178 x 11 mm
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320 g
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1
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9780596805784
Building iPhone Apps with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript: Making App Store Apps without Objective-C or Cocoa (häftad)

Building iPhone Apps with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript: Making App Store Apps without Objective-C or Cocoa

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What people are saying about Building iPhone Apps w/ HTML, CSS, and JavaScript

"The future of mobile development is clearly web technologies like CSS, HTML and JavaScript. Jonathan Stark shows you how to leverage your existing web development skills to build native iPhone applications using these technologies."

--John Allsopp, author and founder of Web Directions

"Jonathan's book is the most comprehensive documentation available for developing web applications for mobile Safari. Not just great tech coverage, this book is an easy read of purely fascinating mobile tidbits in a fun colloquial style. Must have for all PhoneGap developers."

-- Brian LeRoux, Nitobi Software

It's a fact: if you know HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, you already have the tools you need to develop your own iPhone apps. With this book, you'll learn how to use these open source web technologies to design and build apps for the iPhone and iPod Touch on the platform of your choice-without using Objective-C or Cocoa.

Device-agnostic mobile apps are the wave of the future, and this book shows you how to create one product for several platforms. You'll find guidelines for converting your product into a native iPhone app using the free PhoneGap framework. And you'll learn why releasing your product as a web app first helps you find, fix, and test bugs much faster than if you went straight to the App Store with a product built with Apple's tools.

  • Build iPhone apps with tools you already know how to use
  • Learn how to make an existing website look and behave like an iPhone app
  • Add native-looking animations to your web app using jQTouch
  • Take advantage of client-side data storage with apps that run even when the iPhone is offline
  • Hook into advanced iPhone features -- including the accelerometer, geolocation, and vibration -- with JavaScript
  • Submit your applications to the App Store with Xcode
This book received valuable community input through O'Reilly's Open Feedback Publishing System (OFPS). Learn more at "http://labs.oreilly.com/ofps.html http://labs.oreilly.com/ofps.html .
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Jonathan Stark is a web developer and leading expert on publishing desktop data to the web. Past clients include Staples, Turner Broadcasting, and the PGA Tour. Jonathan is the author of the book Web Publishing with PHP and FileMaker 9, is a regular speaker at the FileMaker Developer Conference, and is a tech editor for php|architect and FileMaker Advisor magazines.

Innehållsförteckning

Dedication; Preface; Who Should Read This Book; What You Need to Use This Book; Conventions Used in This Book; Using Code Examples; Safari Books Online; How to Contact Us; Acknowledgments; Chapter 1: Getting Started; 1.1 Web Apps Versus Native Apps; 1.2 Web Programming Crash Course; Chapter 2: Basic iPhone Styling; 2.1 First Steps; 2.2 Adding the iPhone CSS; 2.3 Adding the iPhone Look and Feel; 2.4 Adding Basic Behavior with jQuery; 2.5 What Youve Learned; Chapter 3: Advanced iPhone Styling; 3.1 Adding a Touch of Ajax; 3.2 Traffic Cop; 3.3 Simple Bells and Whistles; 3.4 Roll Your Own Back Button; 3.5 Adding an Icon to the Home Screen; 3.6 Full Screen Mode; 3.7 What Youve Learned; Chapter 4: Animation; 4.1 With a Little Help from Our Friend; 4.2 Sliding Home; 4.3 Adding the Dates Panel; 4.4 Adding the Date Panel; 4.5 Adding the New Entry Panel; 4.6 Adding the Settings Panel; 4.7 Putting It All Together; 4.8 Customizing jQTouch; 4.9 What Youve Learned; Chapter 5: Client-Side Data Storage; 5.1 localStorage and sessionStorage; 5.2 Client-Side Database; 5.3 What Youve Learned; Chapter 6: Going Offline; 6.1 The Basics of the Offline Application Cache; 6.2 Online Whitelist and Fallback Options; 6.3 Creating a Dynamic Manifest File; 6.4 Debugging; 6.5 What Youve Learned; Chapter 7: Going Native; 7.1 Intro to PhoneGap; 7.2 Installing Your App on the iPhone; 7.3 Controlling the iPhone with JavaScript; 7.4 What Youve Learned; Chapter 8: Submitting Your App to iTunes; 8.1 Creating an iPhone Distribution Provisioning Profile; 8.2 Installing the iPhone Distribution Provisioning Profile; 8.3 Renaming the Project; 8.4 Prepare the Application Binary; 8.5 Submit Your App; 8.6 While You Wait; 8.7 Further Reading; Colophon;