If you're into OpenStack, you're probably very well aware that our community is supported by thousands of individual contributors from all over the world, who volunteer their time writing and reviewing code. Now that you know how to get certified, the natural progression – not only to increase attractiveness to recruiters but also create relationships with other 'Stackers – is to get involved with a project or 20.
HTML5 has been evolving super fast. Not only that, Apple, the driving force (and owner) of webkit, has been making…
How do you make a split view in jQuery Mobile, much like the jQuery Mobile docs? Easy! In fact this screencast will walk you through the process of using CSS media queries to create a jQuery Mobile split view. Media Queries are useful when it comes to determining the layout of a site or app, and are used in responsive web design. They give you the ability to build one site or app for multiple screens at a single time and our jQuery site will show you how it's done.
In this screencast @Jaffe75 will show you how to find the latitude and lon gitude on Google maps and display the location with a pin using jQuery Mobile.
Want to stand out from the crowd? Then, you might be wondering how to create your own custom jQuery Mobile theme. Well, this screencast will teach you how to do exactly that. You will learn how to edit a default jQuery Mobile theme and add your css and theme changes in order to customize it to your needs.
In this screencast you will learn how to use jQuery Mobile's new grid layout system. We will build grids using 2 column, all the way to 5 column layout. Grids can be a must when it comes to mobile design especially when designing for tablets such as the iPad.
In this screencast you will learn how to use jQuery Mobile forms, and how it interacts with ajax in the jQuery Mobile framework. This screencast is an introduction to forms which covers all the basics and will get you up to spend and using forms quickly.
Learn how to build a mobile web app using HTML5 from scratch. This will teach you the meta tags needed for mobile web app development and also show you how to create native iphone scrolling using position:fixed in ios 5.0.