P.S. If you go to the download page , you'll see that you can download both the latest jQuery mobile 1.4.5 version and the older version 1.3.2. This will also allow you to test jQuery mobile 1.4.5 early and get feedback before it's released publicly.
You mean the new jQuery mobile 1.4.5 version? It does. This new version is already in public beta. You can download it here . Or if you prefer, you can sign up for the beta program if you want to receive updates and try it yourself here . This jQuery mobile version is based on jQuery 3.4, and it has additional performance and security improvements.
When the user presses the back button, it jumps to the top of the page. I have an Iphone, so I have to scroll all the way back down again. With the older versions of jQuery mobile, this was impossible to do.
I have problems with the new jQuery mobile. I use the latest version 1.3.2. I like the new elements and the fact that it's more easy to make things look nice. But I have a problem with the way I add the back button to the navigation. While I can choose and style it, it doesn't work properly.
What’s the demo app in this tutorial?
We’re going to build an interactive news feed using the jQuery Mobile framework. The basic app will include a few pages, each with its own header, body, and footer. The pages in the app will be styled as follows:
Thanks for posting this tutorial. I've noticed you mention that the php/mysql layer is not very compatible with jQuery Mobile. I didn't notice this before. Does it still not work? If so, I'd love to see a tutorial for how to integrate it with jQuery Mobile. I'm interested in seeing a full-blown site using that technique.
2. I'm creating a login form as one of my pages. There's going to be an error message if the login is not successful, and a success message. How do you handle this? I'm using jQuery Mobile to handle navigation.
By using jQuery Mobile and Dreamweaver you'll quickly create your own mobile websites and web apps. For more information about jQuery Mobile, check out the jQuery Mobile website and the jQuery Mobile GitHub wiki .
The benefits of jQuery Mobile are far-reaching. It uses HTML5 and CSS3 for building your mobile websites, so you can now create rich, fast, and powerful mobile websites and web apps using an open source framework. It includes such common features as push notifications, auto-refreshing, and a native-like navigation. Best of all, it's easy to install. 827ec27edc