- 2h 49m
- Rohit Ghatol, Yogesh Patel
Beginning PhoneGap is a definitive, one-of-a-kind book that teaches the fundamentals and strategies behind cross-platform mobile application development. Instead of learning languages like Objective-C, focus on building apps from day one for Android, iOS, Blackberry, WebOS and Symbian—without the complexities of these platforms.
By the time you finish Beginning PhoneGap, you'll know PhoneGap inside and out, and, consequently, be able to develop mobile web apps faster and more efficiently than ever before. Make more money in less time!
What you’ll learn
- To understand mobile web applications development using the PhoneGap framework
- How to build simple apps for iPhone, Android, BlackBerry, WebOS and Symbian
- The differences in capabilities across various mobile devices
- All the major features in PhoneGap, like geolocation, camera, media, storage, and more.
- How to build app which make use of OAuth for authentication with services like Facebook
- How to extend PhoneGap using the PhoneGap plugin development framework
Who this book is for
This book is for project managers and developers of mobile applications who plan to develop for more than one platform, and are interested in saving money and time in the development process.
About the Authors
Rohit Ghatol is a technology evangelist, always analyzing upcoming technology and finding the right places to apply it. Rohit is an associate architect with Quickoffice, building its mobile suite. He is a technical speaker on various topics including Android, Google Web Toolkit, and various Google and Spring technologies. He is a Google Technology User Group manager and formerly worked as part of the OpenSocial team at Google.
In this Book
Understanding Cross-Platform Mobile Application Development
Getting Started with PhoneGap
Setting the Environment
Using PhoneGap with jQuery Mobile
Using PhoneGap with Sencha Touch
Using PhoneGap with GWT
PhoneGap Emulator and Remote Debugging
Using PhoneGap Plug-Ins