Build dynamic mobile web applications for iPhone OS 3.0
With the unparalleled success of iPhone and iPod touch, iPhoneOS 3.0 has emerged as a compelling platform for which vast numbersof web developers are designing and building web-based mobileapplications. This book explores the Safari and WebKit developmentplatform that is built into iPhone OS 3.0 and takes you through theprocess of creating an iPhone web application from the ground up.You'll learn how to use existing open source frameworks to speed upyour development time, imitate qualities of built-in Apple apps,cache data locally and even run in offline mode, and more. Whetheryou're eager to build new web applications for iPhone OS 3.0 oroptimize existing web sites for this platform, you have everythingyou need to do so within these pages.
Features coverage completely compliant with the new iPhone OS3.0 and the enhancements to the Safari/WebKit browser
Shows you how to design a user interface that is optimized foriPhone's touch-screen display
Details the process of styling with CSS and reviewsWebKit-specific styles that are useful when developing web apps foriPhone and iPhone touch
Provides a code-level look at developing an iPhone webapplication interface
Explains how web applications can integrate with core iPhoneservices, such as Phone, Email, and Google Maps
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