The list attribute / datalist element of HTML5 forms is pretty cool. As you type in a text input, it shows you a dropdown menu of choices you can pick from. Or you can type in whatever you want. The list attribute alone doesn't lock you into any specific value. In that way, it's a bit like a group of radio buttons with an "other" type-in option.
In this guide the author introduces to you the jQuery Mobile platform.
There is a lot of material to cover so we likely won’t hit everything.
But fortunately the team has made development super easy and streamlined
with fantastic documentation.
In this tutorial, we will scrape the YouTube home page, get all the regular sized thumbnails from the page as well as links and video duration time, send all those elements to a jQueryMobile template, and play the videos using YouTube embed (which does a nice job of detecting device media support (flash/html5-video).
Today we want to share a simple circular content carousel with you. The idea is to have some content boxes that we can slide infinitely (circular). When clicking on the “more” link, the respective item moves to the left and a content area will slide out. Now we can navigate through the carousel where each step will reveal the next or previous content box with its expanded content. Clicking on the closing cross will slide the expanded content area back in and animate the item to its original position.
Today we want to create a portfolio image navigation template with jQuery. The idea is to show some portfolio items in a grouped fashion and navigate through them in all 2D ways (horizontal/vertical). Either the arrows or the little boxes below the current image can be used in order to navigate.