Cross-platform mobile development with PhoneGap/Apache Cordova Training Course
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|2013-06-12 09:30||Bristol, Temple Gate||From 1480 to 2990 GBP Check!|
|2013-07-01 09:30||London, Chiswick||From 1480 to 2990 GBP Check!|
|2013-07-10 09:30||Bristol, Temple Gate||From 1480 to 2990 GBP Check!|
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|2013-09-17 09:30||London, Chiswick||From 1332 to 2691 GBP Check!|
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|2013-09-24 09:30||Bristol, Temple Gate||From 1332 to 2691 GBP Check!|
The objective of cross-platform frameworks is to allow you to write applications once and have it run on multiple platforms. Want to build an iPhone app that will also run on Android? Have a customer turn round and want their Android app to run on Windows Phone? No problem.
On Matthew Baxter-Reynolds' three-day PhoneGap/Apache Cordova course you will look at two different yet complimentary technologies for cross- platform mobile development. (Apache Cordova is the new name for PhoneGap. Adobe acquired PhoneGap from the original developers and gifted it to the Apache Software Foundation.)
Upon completion of this PhoneGap/Apache Cordova course, you will be able to build fully- functioning mobile Web applications using the framework, manage source code and handle platform tweaks, create “native like” experiences from a web application -- and much more!
- Getting up and running
- Accessing native capabilities of the device
- Structuring source code and handling SCM
- Persisting data locally
- Building forms and communicating with the server
- Network communication
- Managing source code and handling platform tweaks
- Using plug-ins
- Working with lists of data
- Using jQuery Mobile with PhoneGap applications
- Presenting Lists of Data
- Handling Touch Events
- Packaging your apps