How do I create fast and responsive mobile websites that work across a range of platforms?
For developers dealing with the proliferation of mobile devices each with unique screen sizes
and performance limitations, it is an important question. This cookbook provides the answer.
You will learn how to apply the latest HTML5 mobile web features effectively across a range
of mobile devices.
HTML5 Mobile Development Cookbook will show you how to plan, build, debug, and optimize
Over 70 working recipes covering every aspect of Android development
Written for Android 3.0 but also applicable to lower versions
Quickly develop applications that take advantage of the very latest mobile technologies, including web apps, sensors, and touch screens
Part of Packt's Cookbook series: Discover tips and tricks for varied and imaginative uses of the latest Android features
Want to get started building applications for Android, the world’s hottest, fast-growing mobile platform? Already building Android applications and want to get better at it? This book brings together all the expert guidance–and code–you’ll need!
Rhawi Dantas is a Brazilian Software Engineer, more specifically from Recife, with severeal years of experience in the Java platform. He has mainly focused on Web/Server developmen and hsa contributed to projects ranging from mobile/server integration, different customization of IDEs and development of CRMs. He currently works at Paf.com with Java Web development.
He graduated as Bachelor in Information Systems and at that time he had the opportunity to work as a tutor for the University with Object Oriented Programming subject.
Today’s Web 2.0 applications (think Facebook and Twitter) go far beyond the confines of the desktop and are widely used on mobile devices. The mobile Web has become incredibly popular given the success of the iPhone and BlackBerry, the importance of Windows Mobile, and the emergence of Palm Pre (and its webOS platform). At Apress, we are fortunate to have Gail Frederick of the well-known training site Learn the Mobile Web
Cracking Windows Phone and BlackBerry Native Development takes you through the same mobile software development project on each platform, learning the differences between and the relative strengths and weaknesses of each platform as you go. No magic intermediate layers of obfuscation—by the time you get to the end, you'll be an expert at developing for any of the major smartphone platforms using each vendor's preferred toolset and approach.
Few platforms match the iPhone’s unique developer technologies. It combines
OS X-based mobile computing with an innovative multitouch screen, location awareness,
an onboard accelerometer, and more.When Apple introduced the iPhone Cocoa
Touch SDK beta in early March 2008, developers responded in numbers that brought
Apple’s servers to its knees. Apple delivered more than one hundred thousand SDK
downloads in less than one week.The iPhone Developer’s Cookbook was written to address
this demand, providing an accessible resource for those new to iPhone programming....
Knockout.js Succinctly is intended for professional web developers who need to build dynamic, scalable user interfaces with minimal code. Author Ryan Hodson guides you through the essentials of the library, starting with a brief overview of Knockout and its data-oriented aspects, followed by a thorough examination of binding data to various HTML elements, and finally examples of accessing external data and combining Knockout with jQuery animation routines. Complete with code examples and informative diagrams yet shorter than 100 pages, Knockout.
.Praise for Learning Objective-C 2.0
“With Learning Objective-C 2.0, Robert Clair cuts right to the chase and provides not only comprehensive coverage of Objective-C, but also time-saving and headache-preventing insights drawn from a depth of real world, hands-on experience. The combination of concise overview, examples, and specific implementation details allows for rapid, complete, and well-rounded understanding of the language and its core features and concepts.”
—Scott D. Yelich, Mobile Application Developer
Libraries and frameworks help you build web applications quickly and efficiently, but when things go wrong or performance becomes an issue, knowing how and why they work is critical.