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How to Build an RSS Reader with jQuery Mobile

In conjunction with the jQuery conference in Boston, John Resig announced and released the highly anticipated jQuery Mobile. Though currently in an alpha state, the framework is fantastic. Jeffrey Way has written a nice tutorial to give you an overview of How to Build an RSS Reader with jQuery Mobile.

He begins by detailingOutline the Project . The project will do/achieve the following scop:

  • Display a list of every Tuts+ site, along with its square logo
  • Display the feed for each site, when clicked on
  • Create a basic *article* stylesheet for rendering each posting
  • Create an Apple-touch icon for the users who add the “app” to their phone
  • Use YQL to retrieve the desired RSS feed
  • Implement a basic form of “text file” caching every three hours

After that he continue with creating the project by setting the environtment and load all necessary library and setup the basic structure. Finally, he discussed the ability to add this simple project to your iPhone or Android phone with the click of a button, as well as the skills to build your web apps!


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