jQuery Mobile keynote from the jQuery Conference 2011: San Francisco Bay Area. Todd Parker and Scott Jehl of Filament Group give us the state of jQuery Mobile plus go over the framework at a beginner level.
Welcome to another episode of the world’s number one user experience podcast. In this episode, we talk about designing for the web, delivering for the mobile end-user. References from this episode
Jetstrap JQT (formerly JQTouch) JQuery goodness for touch interfaces, Ariel’s favorite JQuery Mobile Another tasty JQuery treat for touch
Some of our favorite things Ariel’s: UI search results on Pinterest – and – Ariel’s UX recent Pinterest pins Ryan’s: ProtoSketch – by UI Stencils
Episode 105 of The SitePoint Podcast is now available! This week Louis Simoneau (@rssaddict) chats with Max Wheeler (@makenosound) and Myles Eftos (@madpilot) about the state of the mobile web. We talk about responsive web design, native apps vs. mobile web apps, PhoneGap, and the changing mobile landscape.
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The Context for 2011.03.07 | iPad2, Web vs. Native, Why animation matters in mobile design, & more on Vimeo
The Context is a show by pinch/zoom that covers mobile and the craft of kick-ass experiences. For 2011.03.07 we cover: - iPad2 - Web vs. Native - Device fragmentation - Why animation matters in mobile design - Apple's revenue model with carriers
No one who advocates for the mobile web wants to admit it, but it is true. Native is easier.
It’s easier to sell to stakeholders. Easier to monetize. And most importantly, easier to implement.
Argue about programming languages, memory management and reach all you want. There is one undeniable disadvantage that the mobile web faces that native apps don’t–over a decade of legacy code, cruft and entrenched organizational politics.
But the web is essential. Even companies whose businesses are centered on native apps need web pages to sell those apps. We can demonstrate time and again that a web-based approach is a smart investment.
So how do we sell mobile web projects? How do we work with the systems we currently have to build compelling mobile web experiences?
And most importantly, how should we be changing our web infrastructure, tools and workflow for the coming zombie apocalypse of devices.
'… Items mentioned in the show:
Sencha Touch - HTML5 mobile application framework
WebKitBits - David’s Tumblr for the latest in WebKit news and tips
jQTouch - jQuery plugin for mobile web development on the iPhone, iPod Touch, and other forward-thinking devices.
Sass - Syntactically Awesome Style Sheets for your CSS, featured in Episode 0.0.1
Outpost Basecamp in your pocket
PPK - Web standards and browser guru.
Compass - Turbocharges your Sass
Sencha demos including GeoCongress which leverages the Sunlight Labs APIs featured in Episode 0.1.3
YQL - SELECT * FROM Interwebs '
He also reviews the upcoming jQuery Mobile, a similar tool that will help in cross-platform development among mobile devices. With the initial alpha version expected later this year, John describes the similarities with jQuery and how he hopes that mobile developers will be more successful in writing better applications for more devices.