HTML5, CSS3, Javascript, JQuery Mobile Programming: Beginning to End Cross-Platform App Design

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Link Em Up, Publishing div, Mar 1, 2014 - Computers - 42 pages

After finishing these pages you will have a complete quiz app that uses Javascript and JQuery Mobile to accommodate any device that will run a number of current browser versions. Whether your device is a smartphone, tablet, or desktop computer; you can run the resulting program. As an "advertising bonus," you will be able to direct the user to a destination address using the geolocation capabilities of the device. Enjoy this learning experience.

Let's discuss browser compatibility. Does your target audience use a current version of Firefox or Chrome? If so, you are all set to download and run this app. Do you run the most current version of Internet Explorer? You may want to switch since complete HTML5 compatibility seems to be fleeting for IE.


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Stephen J. Link is a "computer guy" by profession, an author by hobby, and a Layman in the study of God’s Word. He has a computer support book entitled "Link Em Up On Outlook" that was published in 2004 as a paperback (renamed to "Power Outlook" in reprint). He also has over 125 articles covering various topics published on independent sites. Various Books have been published covering a number of topics. As a programmer, he has a unique approach to help you master the ability to create the code to automate processes and add efficiency to your client's or employer's processes.

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