iPhone ASP.NET Fundamentals

Learn to apply your ASP.NET skills to create rich, interactive iPhone and iPod Touch Web Applications
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Learn to apply your ASP.NET skills to create rich, interactive iPhone and iPod Touch Web Applications
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Tools for creating a rich iPhone user experience 0m 33s Overview 2m 6s Creating a rich iPhone experience 2m 6s Reaching for the familiar tool 1m 42s Developing iPhone web content with Visual Studio 1m 11s Visual Studio...not one-stop shop we're used to 1m 19s Visual Studio/iPhone challenges 1m 45s Visual Studo iPhone debugging challenge 1m 53s iPhone/ASP.NET Development Server - Challenge 1m 31s Visual Studio iPhone debugging solution 1m 45s iPhone/ASP.NET Development Server - Solution 1m 18s Demo: Port Forwarding 5m 2s Creating the iPhone User Experience 0m 31s The importance of developing with AJAX 1m 53s iPhone AJAX Support 2m 7s Putting together a development environment 1m 9s Selecting the testing/debugging tools 2m 18s The most basic iPhone test platform 2m 54s Safari on iPhone OS debugging features 1m 6s Using the Safari for iPhone IS Debug Console 0m 43s Essential iPhone web content developer tools 0m 29s Accessing Safari for the desktop debug features 1m 21s Safari for the desktop debug features 1m 27s User agent switcher 2m 26s How the User Agent Switcher Works 1m 2s Demo: User Agent Switcher 4m 22s Web Inspector 1m 18s Web Inspector: Scripts panel 1m 51s Web Inspector: Profiles panel 1m 48s Web Inspector: Profiles panel views 1m 0s Web Inspector: Elements panel 2m 6s Web Inspector: Resources panel 1m 46s Demo: Web Inspector, Elements and Resources Panel 12m 25s Web Inspector: Databases panel 0m 26s Snippet Editor 1m 53s Feature disabling 2m 51s A few other possibilities 1m 37s Summary 2m 14s References 2m 4s
Using the iUI open source framework 0m 8s Course Overview 2m 0s What is the iUI framework? 3m 10s iUI File System Layout 1m 13s Why is the iUI framework helpful? 1m 38s Where does the iUI framework come from? 1m 42s How does one use the iUI framework? 0m 58s The challenge of creating the iPhone look and feel 1m 1s Displaying app info: Edge-to-edge list 1m 8s View edge-to-edge list demo 1m 9s Displaying app info: Grouped table list 0m 39s View grouped list demo 1m 1s Getting started with the iUI framework 0m 41s Adding iUI to a web site demo 1m 52s Getting started with iUI: Files to reference 2m 3s iUI application panels 0m 45s Creating simple panels demo 1m 50s iUI application panels: selected attribute 1m 51s iUI application panels: id attribute 1m 27s Common iUI formatting 1m 7s Reviewing the iui.css file 1m 44s Common iUI formatting: edge-to-edge 1m 16s Common iUI formatting: edge-to-edge group 1m 26s Common iUI formatting: grouped list 3m 16s Common iUI formatting: grouped list headings 1m 15s The iPhone toolbar 0m 55s iPhone toolbar demo 1m 29s iUI panel management 1m 25s Local panels 2m 51s Local panels demo 1m 25s Local panel navigation demo 2m 43s Server-based panels 1m 5s Retrieving new panels from the server 1m 27s New server panels demo 4m 5s New versus updated panels 1m 21s Updated panels demo 0m 50s Adding content to an existing panel 1m 57s Adding content to existing panel demo 3m 6s Retrieving whole pages 1m 39s Anchor tag handling decision tree 1m 37s iPhone navigation and the toolbar 1m 23s Toolbar members 1m 3s Toolbar title demo 1m 35s Toolbar members: Back button 0m 57s Back button demo 1m 9s Taking the toolbar a little further 0m 31s Customizing toolbar title 0m 48s Customizing toolbar title demo 1m 52s Customizing back button 0m 37s Customizing back button style demo 1m 57s Customizing back button: hide button 0m 40s Hide back button demo 0m 40s Summary 1m 58s References 0m 58s
The iPhone’s rich user interface and platform features provide for the creation of applications that are compelling to both users and developers. Although commonly thought to be available only to native applications, the most common user interface and platform features are also available to iPhone and iPod Touch web applications. In this course you will learn how to apply your existing ASP.NET skills to create iPhone web applications that capitalize on the rich capabilities of the iPhone platform while maintaining all of the management and deployment benefits of the web. Topic coverage includes iPhone user interface techniques, GPS and location-aware capabilities, creating web applications that look and behave as native applications, offline application support, and the iPhone User Interface (iUI) open source framework.
Table of Contents
Tools for creating a rich iPhone user experience 0m 33s Overview 2m 6s Creating a rich iPhone experience 2m 6s Reaching for the familiar tool 1m 42s Developing iPhone web content with Visual Studio 1m 11s Visual Studio...not one-stop shop we're used to 1m 19s Visual Studio/iPhone challenges 1m 45s Visual Studo iPhone debugging challenge 1m 53s iPhone/ASP.NET Development Server - Challenge 1m 31s Visual Studio iPhone debugging solution 1m 45s iPhone/ASP.NET Development Server - Solution 1m 18s Demo: Port Forwarding 5m 2s Creating the iPhone User Experience 0m 31s The importance of developing with AJAX 1m 53s iPhone AJAX Support 2m 7s Putting together a development environment 1m 9s Selecting the testing/debugging tools 2m 18s The most basic iPhone test platform 2m 54s Safari on iPhone OS debugging features 1m 6s Using the Safari for iPhone IS Debug Console 0m 43s Essential iPhone web content developer tools 0m 29s Accessing Safari for the desktop debug features 1m 21s Safari for the desktop debug features 1m 27s User agent switcher 2m 26s How the User Agent Switcher Works 1m 2s Demo: User Agent Switcher 4m 22s Web Inspector 1m 18s Web Inspector: Scripts panel 1m 51s Web Inspector: Profiles panel 1m 48s Web Inspector: Profiles panel views 1m 0s Web Inspector: Elements panel 2m 6s Web Inspector: Resources panel 1m 46s Demo: Web Inspector, Elements and Resources Panel 12m 25s Web Inspector: Databases panel 0m 26s Snippet Editor 1m 53s Feature disabling 2m 51s A few other possibilities 1m 37s Summary 2m 14s References 2m 4s
Using the iUI open source framework 0m 8s Course Overview 2m 0s What is the iUI framework? 3m 10s iUI File System Layout 1m 13s Why is the iUI framework helpful? 1m 38s Where does the iUI framework come from? 1m 42s How does one use the iUI framework? 0m 58s The challenge of creating the iPhone look and feel 1m 1s Displaying app info: Edge-to-edge list 1m 8s View edge-to-edge list demo 1m 9s Displaying app info: Grouped table list 0m 39s View grouped list demo 1m 1s Getting started with the iUI framework 0m 41s Adding iUI to a web site demo 1m 52s Getting started with iUI: Files to reference 2m 3s iUI application panels 0m 45s Creating simple panels demo 1m 50s iUI application panels: selected attribute 1m 51s iUI application panels: id attribute 1m 27s Common iUI formatting 1m 7s Reviewing the iui.css file 1m 44s Common iUI formatting: edge-to-edge 1m 16s Common iUI formatting: edge-to-edge group 1m 26s Common iUI formatting: grouped list 3m 16s Common iUI formatting: grouped list headings 1m 15s The iPhone toolbar 0m 55s iPhone toolbar demo 1m 29s iUI panel management 1m 25s Local panels 2m 51s Local panels demo 1m 25s Local panel navigation demo 2m 43s Server-based panels 1m 5s Retrieving new panels from the server 1m 27s New server panels demo 4m 5s New versus updated panels 1m 21s Updated panels demo 0m 50s Adding content to an existing panel 1m 57s Adding content to existing panel demo 3m 6s Retrieving whole pages 1m 39s Anchor tag handling decision tree 1m 37s iPhone navigation and the toolbar 1m 23s Toolbar members 1m 3s Toolbar title demo 1m 35s Toolbar members: Back button 0m 57s Back button demo 1m 9s Taking the toolbar a little further 0m 31s Customizing toolbar title 0m 48s Customizing toolbar title demo 1m 52s Customizing back button 0m 37s Customizing back button style demo 1m 57s Customizing back button: hide button 0m 40s Hide back button demo 0m 40s Summary 1m 58s References 0m 58s
Description
The iPhone’s rich user interface and platform features provide for the creation of applications that are compelling to both users and developers. Although commonly thought to be available only to native applications, the most common user interface and platform features are also available to iPhone and iPod Touch web applications. In this course you will learn how to apply your existing ASP.NET skills to create iPhone web applications that capitalize on the rich capabilities of the iPhone platform while maintaining all of the management and deployment benefits of the web. Topic coverage includes iPhone user interface techniques, GPS and location-aware capabilities, creating web applications that look and behave as native applications, offline application support, and the iPhone User Interface (iUI) open source framework.
Course info
Level
Intermediate
Rating
(21)
Duration
7h 9m
Released
1 Jul 2010
Course authors

Jim Wilson is president of JW Hedgehog, Inc., a consulting firm specializing in solutions for the Android, iOS, and Microsoft platforms. Jim has over 30 years of software engineering experience, with the past 15 years heavily focused on creating mobile device and location-based solutions.

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