This video course will introduce you to the concept of mobile hybrid applications and how PhoneGap can help you create applications that can function on different platforms without having to rewrite the code. This course will focus on iOS and Android apps. You will be led through setting up a PhoneGap development environment, and then will be guided through creating a simple application that uses some of the core features of PhoneGap.
There on we will move on to some complex topics in the PhoneGap world. In the first volume, we'll cover how to effectively debug hybrid applications using both Chrome and Safari remote debugging. We'll see the ways in which you can make the app work for a wide user base, including internationalization and globalization and accessibility.
More advanced topics will be covered in the last volume. This would involve complex uses of PhoneGap, interacting with external servers, dealing with security, and testing and automation.
About The Author
Kerri Shotts has worked with computers for nearly twenty-four years. Her love for technology and programming started when she was introduced to her first computer: a Commodore 64. She obtained a degree in Computer Science while at college, and moved on to become Software Test Engineer. Afterwards, she became an Oracle Database Administrator for several years.
Now she works as a Technology Consultant thereby creating, designing, and maintaining custom applications (both desktop and mobile), websites, graphics and logos, and more for her clients. You can find her blog posts at her website and she is active on the Google Group and Adobe Forums for PhoneGap. When she isn't working, she enjoys photography, music, and fish-keeping. She is the author of five prior books published by Packt.