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Pro iOS Web Design and Development: HTML5, CSS3, and JavaScript by Andrea Picchi

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Chapter 9

Native iOS Design Implementation

“If everything seems under control … you're not going fast enough!”

—Mario Andretti

In the previous chapter, we laid out the main points of how to set up an iOS environment, and in this chapter, we see how to implement some of these same aspects in our “The Store” use case.

First we see how to implement the iPhone page model and WebApp mode using metatags. In the second part, we see step by step how to implement the native-like interface of our use case. Each new element is presented using a top-down approach, always showing the code used for implementing the element.

iPhone Page Model Implementation

In the first part of this book about design, we saw that because of the iPhone's display dimension, ...

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