My not-for-profit zApp, jQuery Mobile Reference, recently released version 2.0 on the iTunes’ Store, which greatly improves navigation. jQM stands for JQuery Mobile, and this open source community has been instrumental in each and every one of my zApps. When I saw some tool selling the documentation that comes with the libraries on the iTunes’ Store for $1.99, I immediately did the only logically thing. I put it up for free.
However, the documentation is really made for a web browser where back and forward buttons are present, so navigation in the zApp was less than stellar. That is where version 2.0 comes in. I implemented Cordova’s TabBar plugin to sit on top of the documentation reference to preserve as much of the original source as possible.
If you are involved in the Mobile Development community using jQuery, then having these libraries in offline form on another device is quite handy. Besides, it’s free with zero Ads, so you really have nothing to lose by downloading it.