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User Interface Design Example Using Phonegap and JQTouch

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Phonegap is a framework that I have brought up a few times that enables programmers to create native iPhone apps (along with Blackberry and Android.. simultaneously) using web technologies such as HTML/CSS and Javascript.

Randy McMillan submitted a story about an example that he has created of interface design with Phonegap using the JQTouch plugin (Xcode required to load the example).  It makes for a very sleek looking interface.

** Link fixed thanks to those that sent messages.. please don’t tweak your sites after submitting a story.

You can check it out here: JQTouch Meet Phonegap

If you have a tutorial, or some news that you think would be useful for iPhone developers you can submit it here.

If you have any comments or would like to see more or less content on this topic please comment below.


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Free Tool To Create Interactive App Prototypes In Keynote/Powerpoint

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The other day I mentioned a nice tool for creating interactive app prototypes .

Collinsadrian posted a comment about another great tool which allows you to create interactive app prototypes quickly in Keynote or Powerpoint.  It’s very easy and intuitive, and definitely a great help if you’re looking to have something to show as quickly as possible.

Check out this video demo of a Google Wave app prototype created with it:

The tool is known as MockApp and if you want to get a demo done fast then it looks good. Free too, it’s provided as “tweetware” meaning you just have to tweet about it.

Please post any comments below, thanks.


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Create iPhone Interfaces Easily With Keynote (Tutorial Video)

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I found an interesting tutorial today on how to create iPhone interfaces easily with Keynote.  This is something I hadn’t really considered doing.

Basically what the author does is draw out interface elements in keynote, and then copy/paste them into a graphics utility called Acorn although any image editor should work that allows you to copy/paste elements.

Check out the tutorial video here:

[source How To Make iPhone Apps]
 


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