jQuery Mobile gives you the ability to detect scrolling events within the device. In this screencast we will write a small script that will popup an alert box when the user either starts to scroll, or when scrolling on the app stops.
In this quick screencast you will learn how to use the jQuery Mobile swipe event. This allows you to simulate touch based swipes on touch based devices. The swipe event comes from jQuery Mobile touch events, and as quoted form jquerymobile.com jQuery Mobile offers several custom events that build upon native events to create useful hooks for development. Note that these events employ various touch, mouse, and window events, depending on event existence, so you can bind to them for use in both handheld and desktop environments.
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With the release of google chrome book, it's important to get your web app on the chrome store. Follow this easy screen cast to quickly get the visibility you need!
Amazon has been leading the way in cloud services with it's new division Amazon Web Services. After using this in our organization for almost four months now, I've been able to find the real benefits of aws (Amazon Web Services) cloud computing. In this tut we are goign to walk you through Amazon S3, what it is and how to use it. We hope you enjoy!
It's good practice to give your website users the ability to choose between using the mobile version and the desktop version. In this tut we use PHP and jQuerymobile to accomplish this task. We will create a session and store the preference and use PHP to detect mobile browsers by their user agent.
I like many other people encountered this error message while visiting the blip.tv dashboard Due to changes in how IE9 interprets our iOS embed codes, iOS compatibility has been disabled for new embeds. A new iOS solution should be available in the upcoming weeks. If you currently are experiencing issues with iOS embeds on your site with IE9, please click here. Basically this says that if you want any new uploads to work on IOS devices then, well you need to wait a while. They've just "turned it off". I'm going to show you a way around that using a manual process and the HTMl5 tag.