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.
I have now produced my 1st quiz for MiModule. This is fully developed in JQuery Mobile. The student gets a specific feedback page for each question specifying whether the answer was correct or incorrect. Each incorrect answer feedback tells the user why the answer was incorrect (currently consists of only 6 questions). The quiz is currently all hard coded, and I now need to rewrite it so that it reads an XML file to improve code efficiency and reusability.
submitted issue 1751 to JQuery Mobile team via github.The problem is that if you have a single collapsible inside a collapsible set, the collapsible does not get rounded corners at the bottom.
Submitted issue 1440 and fix to JQM team via github. The problem is that when using two sets of collapsibles inside a two column grid (one in each column), the collapsibles do not display nicely (they overlap). My trick is to put the collapsibles inside a div with padding left and right of .5em. I want to do this to display semester 1 modules in the 1st column, semester 2 modules in the 2nd column and year long modules across both.