Testing jQuery Mobile and Cloud9 IDE

I have been playing around with jQuery Mobile for a web app on new anticoagulant drugs, in particular on how to deal with them around surgery (acute and elective settings). It is a different setting for me, and I am not yet sure whether I like it. But there are definitely some advantages, and for prototyping this approach could be superior to any device specific approach.

Further I experimented with web based IDEs. I found a few, but Cloud9 IDE was by far the number one! I really like it…

Cloud9 IDE screenshot (click for full size version)

I played around a little, see the gallery below for some results. One issue I encountered is described here on StackOverflow.com. It is one of the reasons why I doubt the jQuery Mobile approach, but it could be related to my limited experience in this technique. Will be continued!

One Response to “Testing jQuery Mobile and Cloud9 IDE”

  1. Today I found the solution for the link issue here.

    Adding data-ajax=”false” to the anchor tag makes navigation through html files work as expected. I updated the page on StackOverflow.com.

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