In this article I will share with you the process that I follow to develop mobile web apps. According to the answers that you provided in my reader survey, many of you are curious about this topic. Here’s my approach.
In this tutorial I will show you how Ext JS many to many associations work. The tutorial is based on a sample Ext JS application that manages a digital music library.
The library has a collection of music Tracks and a collection of Playlists. Each collection is represented in the application with an Ext JS Model and a Store. The many-to-many relationship is formed by a Playlist having multiple music Tracks, and conversely, a Track being included in multiple Playlists.
Our goal is to learn how we can:
- Retrieve a Playlist from the server and browse its Tracks.
- Retrieve a Track from the server and browse the Playlists where it is included.
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In this article we are going to learn the process of packaging a jQuery Mobile Application with Cordova / Phonegap. The application that we will use in the article is the Meeting Room Manager app that we’ve been building over the past months.
While we haven’t finished developing the Meeting Room Manager app (only the user registration features are completed at this point), I want to show you how to convert it from a mobile web app to a native hybrid app that you can deploy to a device.