Django + JQuery Mobile Quick Start Tutorial
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I've uploaded a tutorial and a very minimal library for creating JQuery Mobile sites with Django. It's actually the first time I've used PyPI's documentation hosting system, mostly because Launchpad doesn't have a web-page hosting mechanism. The library (django-jqm) is not intended to be a platform for creating "real" sites, it's just a bunch of sample code for getting started fast creating very basic sites from your existing Django sites.
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Ryan on 06/27/2011 3:06 p.m. #
Over this last weekend I also worked on a jqm site with Django. It's a controller for my X-10 lighting system in my apartment, nothing fancy, just a list view and detail view with on/off buttons.
Mike Fletcher on 06/27/2011 3:37 p.m. #
Interesting, you've gone for the single-page model for JQM (i.e. all "pages" as part of a single HTML file). I haven't found it all that useful yet, but perhaps I should cover it in the tutorial at some point.