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Mobile Web Development

Mobile Web Development (Paperback)

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The author adopts a fast-paced, practical approach to developing for the mobile web. The book focuses on solutions, pragmatic tips, and fast results rather than theory. Each chapter focuses on an aspect of taking a pizza delivery company onto the mobile web. This ensures that the chapters remain practical and realistic, focusing on getting things done. The book also provides discussion and reference material to help you apply the techniques to your own projects. This book is for web developers who want to provide mobile support for their applications. The book assumes some knowledge of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. The reader should also know a server-side language. The examples in the book use PHP, but can be adapted easily to other languages. The book does not use J2ME, focusing instead on using the phone's web browser and other standard features.

Computing & ITDigital lifestyleInternet guides & online services Publisher: Packt Publishing Limited Publication Date: 07/02/2008 ISBN-13: 9781847193438  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Nirav Mehta is renowned for his entrepreneurial ventures, his breakthrough ideas, and his contribution to open source. Nirav leads a software development company - Magnet Technologies - from India that specializes in Rich Internet Applications, Web, and Mobile. Nirav believes in simplifying the most complicated ideas and presenting them in lucid language. Over the last ten years, Nirav has written and spoken on a variety of topics. He has also been instrumental in localization efforts in India and training programmers to be effective developers. He has set up a website completely dedicated to the book. You can find more information on it here:

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