Building a Native Mobile App with jQuery Mobile 1.5 and Cordova

Welcome. It’s my pleasure to show you how to make your first mobile application using jQuery Mobile and Cordova.

Before we start let me give you a small warning. jQuery Mobile is a dead framework or at best a living-dead framework (even George Romero can make it live again). If you want to go with something more up-to-date please consider Ionic Framework.

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Prevent jQuery events from firing multiple times

For some reason, even after five years, this article is still actively visited and it makes me deeply surprised. This issue, like many other jQuery based issues, is not an error on its own. It is simply how jQuery (and Javascript) works and we need to deal with it as best as we can. I … Read more

Ionic 4 | Making REST HTTP Requests Like a Pro

This guide will show you how to write a simple HTTP Rest Angular application. It is also important to point out that we will cover it through the perspective of Angular 7. You will also be able to learn how to use the Master-Detail pattern, including how to work with services. Preparations First thing first, … Read more

Ionic 4 | Installation Guide

Dear unknown reader, I wrote this article a long long time ago, time has come to spruce it up and give it a bit of shine. To make a story short, this is Ionic 4 introduction article, and when I say introduction I mean set-it-up and nothing else. If you stumbled here looking for something … Read more

Ionic [2|3] | How to manage hardware back button event like a pro

In this guide, I’m going to walk you through the process of handling Android hardware back-button in the Ionic Framework. The main issue of a hardware back-button is always a lousy timing. No matter how capable they are, application users will, sooner or later, unintentionally trigger a back-button event. This is something we want to … Read more

Ionic Framework | Handling Android Back Button Like a Pro

In this guide, I’m going to walk you through the process of handling Android hardware back button. The main problem of a hardware back-button is usually a bad timing. From time to time, application end users will unintentionally trigger a back-button event. Unless properly configured, this deed may trigger several unwanted actions, for example, application … Read more

Ionic [2|3] | Integrating Google Maps

This guide will walk you through writing a simple Ionic framework application that utilizes Google Maps JavaScript API. It is also important to mention that we will cover what is now known as Angular (Angular 2|4), not what was used to be known as Angular 1. If you came here for the original Ionic 1 … Read more

Best Looking Premium Ionic 2|3 templates – Ion2FullApp ELITE

A long time ago I wrote a similar article covering Ionic 1 templates. Back then, it was a very important topic for me. I was developing several Ionic applications and one of my biggest concerns was that they were all looking alike. Even then I was immensely allergic to bad design. Whoever worked with Ionic … Read more