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ASP.NET MVC 4 Mobile App Development by Andy Meadows

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Chapter 14. Improving the User Experience with jQuery Mobile

In the previous chapter, we learned about creating views that are specific to mobile devices. These views used responsive design and adaptive rendering techniques in addition to content alteration to make our app look and perform better within the user's browser. With that said, it still looked and felt like a web app. What we really want to do is provide our users with an experience that will make them forget they are looking at a web app. We can provide this experience using jQuery Mobile.

jQuery Mobile is a user interface framework targeting mobile browsers. It is intended to help provide a device-native look-and-feel to mobile web apps with a write-once approach.

jQuery Mobile is able ...

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