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  1. Creating a mobile app from a simple HTML site: Part 4

    How to polish your app and prepare it for market In previous sections of this step-by-step series (Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3) we’ve created an app that loads multiple school plans from the server. What we have so far is functional, but still Read more…

  2. Creating a mobile app from a simple HTML site: Part 2

    Or: Making our simple app work for others In the first part of this series, which began late last year, we worked through the process of developing a school planner app. At this point (see the final code from Part 1) we’ve got multiple school Read more…

  3. Creating a mobile app from a simple HTML site

    This article is a simple tutorial designed to teach you some fundamental skills for creating cross platform web applications. You will build a sample School Plan app, which will provide a dynamic “app-like” experience across many different platforms and work offline. It will use Apache Read more…

  4. Custom Elements for Custom Applications – Web Components with Mozilla's Brick and X-Tag

    In this article, we will explore the use of Mozilla’s Brick and X-Tag libraries. First we’ll use Brick to rapidly prototype a simple application. Then, we’ll build a custom web component using X-Tag. The Technology Brick: Curated Web Components Brick is a set of modular, Read more…