Mobile Web vs Native App
The end of the day we need both, but it is always good to keep a close eye on the mobile web vs native app argument. The following infographic explains the pros and cons. To be clear, I think you need both web and app to be successful – just don’t make them the same thing.
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, mobile web
The following video explains how you can use jQuery Mobile to create responsive design experiences.
You can download the supporting files for this video here.
A big problem for PhoneGap apps, since the release of iOS 7, is hiding the Status Bar across the top of your app. In this tutorial you will learn how you can hide the Status Bar in Xcode 5.
The Property to hide the status bar is: View controller-based status bar appearance
In this tutorial you will learn how to create an Android app using HTML and Adobe’s PhoneGap (also known as Apache Cordova):
Run into weird problems? Check out this link for help: http://docs.phonegap.com/en/2.8.0/guide_getting-started_android_index.md.html#Getting%20Started%20with%20Android
Leverage your HTML skills to build native apps with Adobe’s PhoneGap (also known as Apache Cordova). The following video explains all you need to know:
The following video explains how to use the new PhoneGap Developer app to rapidly prototype solutions you are developing for iOS and Android:
The following video explains how to get started with jQuery Mobile:
The following video takes you through the steps of managing themes for jQuery Mobile:
Apple’s iTunes Connect is not an easy service to master. The following video will take you through the steps you need to follow to ensure that your apps are correctly submitted to Apple for sale on the iTunes App Store.
Google’s Developer Console is the tool you will use to publish your apps to the Google Play Android App Store. The following video will help you get started:
Here are the image files I mention in the video:
Google Play 7-inch 600×1024 Preview Image for the Developer Console
Google Play 10-inch 1280×800 Preview Image for the developer console
1024×500 Feature Image
512×512 High Resolution Image
480×800 Phone Preview Image
180×120 Promotion Image