Well there have been many changes to jQuery Mobile since I developed the first iWestminster prototype (MiCourse). I believe that jQuery Mobile has reached a level where very few major changes should take place, so I believe it is time for me to rewrite some of my MiCourse and MiModule prototypes to make used of jQuery Mobile 1.0 RC2 (with 1st full release coming out fairly soon I would imagine).
The major changes will be the automatic Back button (whole new approach here) and the collapsibles which can have a background which will improve the application if used carefully. Will try to rewrite all that at the weekend
I’ve just produced a graph analysis of quiz results. This could be useful for students to analyse their performance. (currently as the quiz only consists of 6 questions, the performance at the 6 questions is repeated to represent 20 questions). Further work will include viewing the question while clicking on the graph.
I have produced a quiz results summary page. This displays the student results, with their picture and which lectures need revising.
I improved MiModule with the use of native form elements over JQuery Mobile form elements. This is to show HTML elements in the browser and show students what these would look like in a mobile and desktop browser. Elsewhere, the JQM form elements are used.
I have produced 1st put in order puzzle in JQM beta1. I have Identified clashes with the prototype library and reported on 03/06/2011 via Github (issue 2013).
JQueryMobile beta1 has enabled me to rethink MiModule completely. I have produced 1st version of MiModule lecture prototype using responsive layout.
Completed the Try It Yourself part of MiModule
Phil produced a video for MiModule (needs voice over) (if-else statement in C# converted from our old if-else project)
I have now added a puzzle (put lines in the correct order) in MiModule. (now I have the same version for the desktop browser and for the iPad/iPhone/iPod Touch which is really good!!! Should this be in MiGame or MiModule??