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Introduction | Nick's Playbook to Build Apps with PhoneGap and

by Spone
Instead of writing with Java, Obj-C, or C#, you'll write in Javascript, using the framework for your display code using very little HTML. We'll use the Cordova toolchain, and PhoneGap Build, to wrap the code and produce native binaries for iOS and Android. Hopefully Windows soon too. Through my experience building PhoneGap apps, I've encountered many unknowns/bugs/features, and if you've tried building a PhoneGap app, you likely have as well. From handling the Back button on Android and incorporating it into your routing, to having consistent and beautiful transitions across every page, the scope and challenges of building an end-to-end PhoneGap app can expand quickly. This guide is a series of patterns that can be used to augment existing knowledge, or as a reference resource.



jQuery Visual Cheat Sheet

by piouPiouM & 2 others
Tech News Apple Applications Gadgets Google Microsoft Social Networks Tech News


Developer's Guide - AJAX Libraries API - Google Code

by camel
The AJAX Libraries API is a content distribution network and loading architecture for the most popular open source JavaScript libraries. By using the google.load() method, your application has high speed, globally available access to a growing list of the most popular JavaScript open source libraries.



The JavaScript Library World Cup

by jlemoine & 5 others
Ajax frameworks comparison : * Dojo * Prototype * Mochikit * Yahoo UI Library

Amberjack: Site Tour Creator - Simple. Free. Open Source.

by parmentierf & 28 others (via)
Amberjack is a lightweight Open Source library, enabling webmasters to create cool site tours. Création de visites guidées de sites web.

Using prototype.js v1.4.0

by parmentierf & 55 others (via)
n case you haven't already used it, prototype.js is a JavaScript library written by Sam Stephenson. This amazingly well thought and well written piece of standards-compliant code takes a lot of the burden associated with creating rich, highly interactive web pages that characterize the Web 2.0 off your back. If you tried to use this library recently, you probably noticed that documentation is not one of its strongest points. As many other developers before me, I got my head around prototype.js by reading the source code and experimenting with it. I thought it would be nice to take notes while I learned and share with everybody else. I'm also offering an un-official reference for the objects, classes, functions, and extensions provided by this library.

Quick guide to somewhat advanced JavaScript

by parmentierf & 5 others (via)
Until recently, I knew that Javascript had more OO capabilities than I was employing, but I did not feel like I needed to use it. As the browsers started to support a more standardized featureset of Javascript and the DOM, it became viable to write more complex and functional code to run on the client. That helped giving birth to the AJAX phenomena.

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