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jQuery Mobile Reference zApp Released

Published on March 27th, 2012

jQuery Mobile is an amazing framework for mobile app development that uses a combination of HTML5, CSS3, and Javascript to create a user interface experience similar to a native App. This open source community has put together some amazing stuff, and some guy is actually trying to sell the documentation on the iTunes store for $1.99. Thus, I did the only logical thing. I put it up for free.

Please enjoy and support the jQuery Mobile community. They are instrumental in all of my zApps. Download the documentation for version 1.0.1 for a good demonstration of just how far along the library has come. One day, we will all look back at the idea of a “native app” and scoff. HTML5-based frameworks are the way of the mobile future.

Note: Version 2.0 has been submitted to the iTunes store to greatly improve navigation.

About the Author: Sprawl

Stephen Russell is a Mobile App developer and all around IT geek that spends his days running data centers and his nights coding. This site is the go to place for all of zSprawl's work and the infamous development blog. In his free time, he enjoys tinkering with web code, playing video games, and otherwise plotting to take over the Internets.

 

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