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Learn to build mobile apps on the major cloud platforms
Serving as a practical guide for building mobile apps and cloud services, this book is essential reading for web developers eager to create cross-platform applications for mobile devices that are supported by the power of cloud-based services such as Amazon Web Services. Author Richard Rodger walks you through building your first app with HTML5, setting it up in the cloud, and working with cloud databases. Packed with examples that show you how to build complete apps, this book elevates your already-existing skills while also acting as a stepping stone for making the leap into mobile and cloud development.
Beginning Mobile Application Development in the Cloud:
Demonstrates how to get the right look and feel for your mobile apps
Highlights ways to enhance the user experience
Addresses app caching, touch events, and data storage
Details ways to create hybrid apps that run natively
Looks at how best to use JSON, REST, Oauth, jQuery, AJAX, and more
Shares insight as to how the Apple App Store and the Android Marketplace work
Offers advice for marketing, advertising, and selling your apps
Wrox Beginning guides are crafted to make learning programming languages and technologies easier than you think, providing a structured, tutorial format that will guide you through all the techniques involved.
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Richard Rodger is the CTO of FeedHenry Ltd, a company specializing in bringing the first tools to develop cloud based applications for mobile devices. He is currently a member of the W3C Web Applications Working Group, which defines the standard for mobile widget applications.