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Building Mobile Games with Crafty.js and PhoneGap: | PACKT Books

Building Mobile Games with Crafty.js and PhoneGap: | PACKT Books | Mobile HTML5 Development | Scoop.it

Building Mobile Games with Crafty.js and PhoneGap: Part 1 written by Robi Sen: one of the many blog articles from Packt Publishing

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The client-side templating throwdown: mustache, handlebars, dust.js, and more | LinkedIn Engineering

We're seeking intelligent problem solvers who are inspired and motivated to change the world.
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Templating engines: what LinkedIn engineers can tell about them. Nice comparishon chart too

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The Rock n Coder: Three Quick Performance Tips for PhoneGap and jQuery Mobile

The Rock n Coder: Three Quick Performance Tips for PhoneGap and jQuery Mobile | Mobile HTML5 Development | Scoop.it
Here are three quick ways to improve the performance of a PhoneGap + jQuery Mobile app.
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When doing JQMobile stuff, definitely watch out for this.

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Adding Parse.com User support to your PhoneGap application

Adding Parse.com User support to your PhoneGap application | Mobile HTML5 Development | Scoop.it
Raymond Camden's personal blog covering jQuery, Mobile, ColdFusion, and Web Development. Adding Parse.com User support to your PhoneGap application
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End-to-End JavaScript Quality Analysis - Programming

End-to-End JavaScript Quality Analysis - Programming | Mobile HTML5 Development | Scoop.it
The rise of single-page web applications means that front-end developers need to pay attention not only to network transport optimization, but also to rendering and computation performance. With applications...
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Un poco de todo para controlar la calidad del JS.

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Access MAMP's MySQL database from Python

Access MAMP's MySQL database from Python | Mobile HTML5 Development | Scoop.it
I posted a while ago about running a locally hosted server using MAMP, and I have been successfully using a PHP script on this server to read and write to a database. Then a friend suggested I coul...
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Not really a "Mobile HTML5" thing, but if you plan to set up a backend server with Python and are using MAMP, may want to consider this in order to know how to use that MySQL instance for Django sites.

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Using Google Maps reliably in PhoneGap « Things I Code

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Nice post showing how to properly deal with online resources in PhoneGap when there is no network available.

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jQuery Mobile Framework - Themes

jQuery Mobile Framework - Themes | Mobile HTML5 Development | Scoop.it
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JQuery Mobile theming. From the base themes to your own customized ones (basic), in a moment.

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OpenMobster - Open Source Mobile Cloud Platform for Push Notifications and Data Replication

OpenMobster - Open Source Mobile Cloud Platform for Push Notifications and Data Replication | Mobile HTML5 Development | Scoop.it

OpenMobster, provides a complete end-to-end Sync solution for your mobile apps. The infrastructure consists of a Cloud Server that integrates with backend Enterprise services. On the device side, this data is accessible through the MobileBean API included in the device SDK. This way you can focus on writing the business logic for your mobile app while the low-level synchronization details are automagically taken care of by OpenMobster. 

 

In OpenMobster, synchronized data is replicated across devices and platforms. You could have multiple devices registered with the Cloud. Any data changes on one device will be automatically pushed to other devices. Data Replication is built directly into your app. As a developer you don't have to do anything special or code to a particular API. Data replication is one of the synchronization services you get out of the box.

 

The Push Engine is tightly integrated with the Sync Engine. With this, if there is any new data coming from the Cloud, it is pushed automatically to the device. The user will then receive a "You have new data" like message in the phone's notification area. This feature enables real time updates from the Cloud to the device without using the polling technique. 


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LukeW | Linking Mobile Web & Native App Experiences

LukeW | Linking Mobile Web & Native App Experiences | Mobile HTML5 Development | Scoop.it
LukeW Ideation + Design provides resources for mobile and Web product design and strategy including presentations, workshops, articles, books and more on usability, interaction design and visual design.
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PhoneGap: a misunderstood hybrid framework

PhoneGap: a misunderstood hybrid framework | Mobile HTML5 Development | Scoop.it

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MySQL, Memcache, PHP revised

MySQL, Memcache, PHP revised | Mobile HTML5 Development | Scoop.it

The innodb_memcache daemon plugin is a plugin for the MySQL Server end contains an embedded memcached. This embedded memcached is configured to use MySQL's InnoDB engine as storage backend. By using this data stored inside an InnoDB table can be accessed using memcache's key-value protocol. Back in the times of the previous blog post this was limited to data from a single table, which maps easily to the key-value nature of memcache but is a clear limitation.


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Creating a Notification Badge with HTML5 and CSS3

I recently wanted to add a notification badge to a website. I wasn't sure what the best approach was, but I knew I didn't want to add extra markup and position it with CSS. I also didn&#0...
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As some would say, nice-n-easy

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jQuery Mobile - Events at page transition | Christian Grobmeier Solutions

jQuery mobile - a short testing scenario for undersanding events at page transition time a bit better.
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If you want to know about pages transitions in jQueryMobile, this is great and simple.

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javascript - Open source service like Parse or Firebase? - Stack Overflow

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Nice list of Open Source backend services that can be used when developing mobile apps. Think big, think data.

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Adding Pages Dynamically within a jQuery Mobile Project in PhoneGap | Security And Caffeine

Adding Pages Dynamically within a jQuery Mobile Project in PhoneGap | Security And Caffeine | Mobile HTML5 Development | Scoop.it
something witty here
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How to overcome some of the limitations of HTML5+JQm

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Using CSS Preprocessors With WordPress – LESS + CodeKit

Using CSS Preprocessors With WordPress – LESS + CodeKit | Mobile HTML5 Development | Scoop.it

In the first part of this series I gave a quick overview of the popular CSS preprocessors LESS and SASS. I also shared a few of the frameworks in which they are used.

I plan on taking a deeper dive into LESS and talking about the parts of the language I use most often. I also plan on showing you how to get started using it with CodeKit.


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Interesting tutorial on using LESS

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Using Mozilla Persona In Drupal 7

Using Mozilla Persona In Drupal 7 | Mobile HTML5 Development | Scoop.it
Mozilla Persona is a single sign on system that allows you to login into websites with a single registered email address. To register an email address head over to login.persona.org and sign up.

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Another SSO solution for Drupal, but this one is backed by Mozilla itself, great!

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My Workflow for Developing PhoneGap Applications | ANDREW TRICE

My Workflow for Developing PhoneGap Applications | ANDREW TRICE | Mobile HTML5 Development | Scoop.it
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Good views on what goes on "behind" the App

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10 Free jQuery Mobile Themes | jQuery4u

10 Free jQuery Mobile Themes | jQuery4u | Mobile HTML5 Development | Scoop.it
Free jQuery Mobile Themes is one of the main reasons mobile sites are being developed these days and because mobile themes are becoming extremely popular.
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Info on JQuery Mobile themes. Some are related to Drupal, WP,... not pure JQuery Mobile.

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Can I use... Support tables for HTML5, CSS3, etc

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The compendium on what can and cannot be used when programming web apps.

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A Full Set of Mobile App Development Resources | Mobile Tuxedo

A Full Set of Mobile App Development Resources | Mobile Tuxedo | Mobile HTML5 Development | Scoop.it

Some interesting links here. Others not so much...

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Wait, DevTools could do THAT? (Tips and tricks for performance minded...)

Wait, DevTools could do THAT? (Tips and tricks for performance minded...) | Mobile HTML5 Development | Scoop.it

A Velocity 2012 presentation by Ilya Grigorik (Google)

 

Cómo usar las herramientas de Google Chrome para mejorar el rendimiento de aplicaciones Web.


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