jQuery Mobile and Cordova Tutorial
Part 3: Run the app in a device emulator and fix device specific problems

Overview

In the final video in the introduction to jQuery Mobile and Cordova, we'll run the app in the iOS emulator and fix some small problems. We'll learn how to:

  1. Run the app in the emulator
  2. How to deal with the iOS status bar/header overlap
  3. How to speed up taps

Resources

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