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Over the past few years, mobile web usage has considerably increased to the point that web developers and designers can no longer afford to ignore it. In wealthy countries, the shift is being fueled by faster mobile broadband connections and cheaper data service. However, a large increase has also been seen in developing nations where people have skipped over buying PCs and gone straight to mobile.
The frameworks, you should know in brief what responsive web designing is all about. Experts follow different ways to design the websites. There are various ways to create them using different types of tools. How you will create or design your website will sole depend upon the purpose of creating the website.
jQuery Mobile: Touch-Optimized Web Framework for Smartphones & Tablets A unified, HTML5-based user interface system for all popular mobile device platforms, built on the rock-solid jQuery and jQuery UI foundation. Its lightweight code is built with progressive enhancement, and has a flexible, easily themeable design. 1.0 Final Release Notes Read more…
jQuery is the most popular java script library is used in today.it greatly simplifies java script programming.Here I listed most popular and very useful jQuery cheat sheet collection on the Internet,for anyone who like to learn jQuery.You can get more cheat sheets mentioned here as pdf files or image(.png,.jpeg) files.
A wheel scroller user control optimized for touchscreens to easily enter date and/or time. The control can easily be customized to support any custom values and can even be used as an intuitive alternative to the native select control (dropdown list). It is designed to be used on touch devices as an alternative to the jQuery UI date picker.
The control is themable. You can easily change the appearance of if in CSS. It also comes with pre-defined, nice looking skins (Default, Android, Sense UI and iOS).
Ideal Forms is a lightweight framework, built on the top of jQuery, for creating good looking and user-friendly forms.
- Ideal Forms is a small framework to build powerful and beautiful online forms.
- It’s very easy to use and requires minimal html syntax.
- Absolutely everything is stylable with css, no images needed.
- Support for IE 7+, Firefox 3+, Chrome 3+, Safari 3.1+ and Opera 11+.
Web designers find themselves in a tough situation – they have to build beautiful user interfaces that are intuitive and usable in the same time. Sometimes, despite our earnest efforts, web applications may become difficult to use for novice users. One solution is to create some sort of a tour of your application’s features. The other is to incorporate visual cues in the design itself.
In this tutorial, we will be writing a jQuery plugin that will help you draw users’ attention to a specific part of the page, in the form of a small arrow that is displayed next to their mouse cursor. This can be useful for pointing to missed form fields, buttons that need to be pressed, or validation errors that need to be scrolled into view.