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ASP.NET MVC 4 Mobile App Development by Andy Meadows

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Mobilizing BrewHow

By installing the jQuery Mobile NuGet package and using the new layout template, we could declare success on mobilizing our site. It does provide a lot of functionality out of the box and it may be sufficient for a good portion of sites out there. We, however, are looking for a much more native experience for our users. To provide this, we need to take some UI queues from the mobile apps we use on a day-to-day basis and incorporate that knowledge with what we've learned about developing for the mobile web into our app.

Adjusting the header

Most mobile apps that we use on a day-to-day basis provide us with a header providing some basic functionality or, at the very least, the title of the app. Our app should be no different.

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