Class on Demand Video Download: HTML5 Mobile App Development with PhoneGap

Class on Demand Video Download: HTML5 Mobile App Development with PhoneGap

Class on Demand Video Download: HTML5 Mobile App Development with PhoneGap

Class on Demand Video Download: HTML5 Mobile App Development with PhoneGap

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  • Instructor: Mark Lassoff
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With the HTML5 Mobile App Development with PhoneGap video download course from Class on Demand, you will learn to create HTML5 based mobile applications that can be sold in the Apple App store, the Google Play Store, or other mobile marketplaces. If you know the basics of HTML, CSS, and Javascript, you're ready to take this exciting course.  You'll be encouraged to code along with instructor Mark Lassoff as you create applications that demonstrate many of the features available in the PhoneGap (aka Cordova) library.  You'll work with applications that control audio and video, use remote data from a server, and interact with the phone's camera and microphone hardware.

If you already know HTML, CSS, and Javascript basics, you can be well on your way to creating engaging mobile applications that you can distribute to all major phone platforms–without coding a line of Java or Objective C. Using the PhoneGap platform and the techniques demonstrated in this course, you can also write your code once and distribute to both iOS and Android easily. This course includes hours of video lectures, dozens of code and application examples, and engaging lab exercises to help you retain the material once you have reviewed it.

Note: After purchasing, you will receive a code which allows you access and stream the video lessons directly on Class on Demand's website.

Lessons (Run Time)

Chapter I: Development Environments
1.1 HelloWorld Android (16:54)
1.2 HelloWorld iOS (8:24)
1.3 Testing Your Mobile Apps (7:56)
Chapter II: HTML5 for Mobile
2.1 Document Structure (14:08)
2.2 Multi-Page Documents (16:37)
2.3 Working with Forms (23:29)
2.4 Displaying Images (4:49)
Chapter III: CSS3 for Mobile
3.1 Styling Text Elements (11:54)
3.2 Basic Page Layout (8:21)
3.3 Building Supporting Multiple Mobile Screen Sizes (6:45)
3.4 Rounded Edges and Drop Shadows (12:19)
Chapter IV: Service Oriented Architecture for Mobile
4.1 Receiving Text from the Server (15:07)
4.2 Sending Queries and Parameterized Queries to the Server (14:54)
4.3 Parsing XML Data from the Server (15:07)
4.4 Parsing JSON Data from the Server (12:33)
Chapter V: Storing Data
5.1 Storing Data "Permanently" with localStorage (13:56)
5.2 Storing Session Data with sessionStorage (3:02)
5.3 Storing on the Server (16:26)
Chapter VI: Audio and Video
6.1 Playing Audio and Video (10:07)
6.2 Controlling Audio and Video Output with Javascript (22:30)
6.3 Recording Audio on the Device (15:21)
Chapter VII: Geolocation
7.1 Where Am I? (16:08)
7.2 Displaying a Map (8:17)
7.3 Working with Compass (9:21)
7.4 Working Working with the Accelerometer (14:28)
Chapter VIII: Working with the Address Book
8.1 Storing Contacts (13:54)
8.2 Retrieving Contacts (9:56)
Chapter IX: Interfaces with jQuery Mobile
9.1 jQuery Mobile Basics (4:55)
9.2 Pages (4:01)
9.3 ToolBars (5:53)
9.4 Buttons (9:08)
Chapter X: Interfaces with jQuery Mobile Part 2
10.1 Forms (12:13)
10.2 ListViews (6:11)
10.3 jQuery Events (5:42)

About the Presenter

Mark Lassoff majored in communication and computer science with computers and programming as strong interests. Upon completing his college career, Mark worked in the software and web development departments at several large corporations. In 2001, on a whim, while his contemporaries were conquering the dot-com world, Mark accepted a position training programmers in a technical training center in Austin, Texas. It was there he fell in love with teaching programming.

Previously, Mark was a top technical trainer, traveling the world, providing training for software and web developers. Mark's training clients include the Department of Defense, Lockheed Martin, Discover Card Services, and Kaiser Permanente. In addition to traditional classroom training, Mark has authored and hosted video courses for several publishers, including his own company, Inc. Mark has authored over 15 online courses and works with students from all 50 states and over 47 countries.

Teaching programming has been Mark's passion for the last 10 years. That passion led Mark to found LearnToProgram, Inc., a publisher of books and video courses designed to teach web, mobile, and game development. Mark still actively authors and teaches courses for his company.
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