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jQuery Mobile List of articles

Following is a list of articles part of the jQuery Mobile series.

Introduction 😀 😀

  1. Introduction to Jquery Mobile
  2. Features of Jquery Mobile

jQuery Mobile Page Structure 😀 😀

  1. Jquery Mobile - Single page structure
  2. Jquery Mobile - Multi-page structure
  3. The mobile meta tag
  4. Jquery Mobile - Multiple Titles problem

Jquery Mobile Listview 😀 😀

  1. Basic Listview
  2. Listview with data-inset property
  3. Customizing the listview
  4. Jquery Mobile - Nested Listview
  5. Jquery Mobile - Numbered Listview
  6. Jquery Mobile - Readonly Listview
  7. Jquery Mobile - Split button listview
  8. Jquery Mobile - List dividers
  9. Jquery Mobile - Filtering the listview
  10. Jquery Mobile - Listview with count bubbles
  11. Jquery Mobile - Text formatted listview
  12. Jquery Mobile - Listview with icon images
  13. Jquery Mobile - Listview with thumbnail images
  14. Jquery Mobile - Theming listview icons
  15. Jquery Mobile listview with custom icons
  16. Jqeury Mobile accordions - Collapsible listview
  17. Side-scrolling web pages issue with Jquery Mobile - Issue #5748
  18. Jquery Mobile listview enhancements and customization

jQuery Mobile Form Elements 😀 😀

  1. Jquery Mobile - Introduction to Form Elements
  2. Default keyboards for HTML5 input types
  3. Jquery Mobile Form - Text Input
  4. Jquery Mobile Form - Search Input
  5. Jquery Mobile Form - Customizing the search box
  6. Jquery Mobile Form - Slider Control
  7. Jquery Mobile Form - Flip toggle switch control
  8. Jquery Mobile Form - Radio buttons
  9. Jquery Mobile Form - Checkboxes
  10. Jquery Mobile Form - Select menus Part I
  11. Jquery Mobile Form - Select menus Part II

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The 2 CSS properties word-break: break-all and word-wrap: break-word appear to work in the same way or generate the same output, but there is a slight difference between the 2 and we will be discussing these differences today.

    Take a look at the example above. The difference is quite evident, however I will try to explain it further.

word-break: break-all Irrespective of whether it’s a continuous word or many words, break-all breaks them up at the edge of the width limit even within the characters of the same word
word-wrap: break-word This will wrap long words onto the next line.break-word adjusts different words so that they do not break in the middle.
    So if you have many fixed-size spans which get content dynamically, you might just prefer using word-wrap: break-word, as that way only the continuous words are broken in between, and in case it’s a sentence comprising many words, the spaces are adjusted to get intact words (no break within a word).     In case you want to exp…

Onclick polygon

Yesterday we had a look at a simple polygon example. But that example was not exciting as it was all hard-coded with no user interaction and which means no fun! Today's example will deal with creating a polygon on the fly, i.e. an on-click polygon in action!

    The code for creating a polygon is very much similar to creating a polyline! The only difference is that you need to replace "Polyline" by "Polygon" in such examples. Let's head on to our code.

    The output of the above code can be viewed in the result section above. If you have any doubts or queries regarding the above code then please comment here or feel free to drop me a mail! Till then, happy mapping!

jQuery Mobile's Next Big Step

Spatial Unlimited changes to The UI Dev

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Geodesic, Draggable Onclick Polygon

After creating a simple polygon and then creating an on-click polygon, we will today see how to create a polygon which can be changed, altered, dragged; basically edited on the fly. We will also cover the geodesic polygon in this example itself. If you want to read and understand more about what "geodesic" is, read this post.

    Nothing exceptional about the code that I think needs explanation! You can create a geodesic polygon which can be edited on the fly. Click, hold and drag any marker, and the two polylines connected by this marker will change accordingly. By clicking on the marker, that marker would disappear, and the polygon will reform itself! Here is today's code.

    You can copy the above code in a text file and save it with .html extension. Click on this file; it will open in your default browser and you will see an exciting map in action! The output of the above code appears as seen in the result section above! If you have any doubts or queries regard…

Google Map's Real-Time Traffic Layer...

You can now check the traffic condition on the road before you leave for work, or a party or to your friend's place. Google's Traffic layer shows the traffic conditions in your area - LIVE!!! Live traffic data is available in major cities in the United States, France, Britain, Canada and Australia, with new cities and countries frequently added. The Google Maps API allows you to add real-time traffic information (where supported) to your maps using the TrafficLayer object. Traffic information is provided for the time at which the request is made. Consult this spreadsheet to determine traffic coverage support.

    Let us now have a look at the Google Maps API - Trafiic Layer example. Copy the following code in a simple text file and save it as html. Click on this html file and it will open in your default browser. You will then see the traffic conditions in your area - LIVE...

    The output of the above code looks as seen in the result section above. The map in this examp…