HTML (Hyper Text Markup Language) describes the content of webpages using
markup tags. HTML5 is the recent version of HTML, mainly used for cross-platform mobile
applications. HTML5 has many useful features to simplify the development of Webpages
and to produce a cleaner and more organized code. It improves interoperability and allows
handling of events in a precise way, saving time. JQuery Mobile is a HTML5 framework,
which is a recently developed unified user interface framework.
JQuery Mobile framework helps in building uniform cross-device web and mobile
applications with ease. The main reason for using this framework is to make the website
easily portable to mobile devices. Its framework is built on top of jQuery providing a range
of useful user interface elements and features for use in mobile and web-based applications.
Some of the useful facilities provided are HTML and XML DOM (Document Object Model),
traversing and manipulation, handling events and including animation and image effects in
web pages. It also allows server communication via Ajax.
advantages is the availability of different themes, which the developer can include in his
webpage. The themes can also be customized to his choice by using CSS commands. Some
of the UI elements that can be included are toolbars, buttons, list views, tabs, pop-up menus,
dialogs, transitions, edit panels, and form elements.
JQuery Mobile allows easy transition from one page to another in the website with
built-in ‘Back’ and ‘Home’ buttons. It provides support for handling of multiple pages within
a single HTML document.
PHP, which stands for Hypertext Preprocessor, is a general-purpose scripting
language that is mainly suited for server-side web development. It is used for creating
dynamic web pages and to process the dynamic content on websites. It can also be used for
command-line scripting purposes. It is sometimes even used for client-side GUI applications.
PHP can be embedded into the HTML document itself and it is compatible with most of the
servers available today. It runs on different platforms such as Windows, Linux, Mac, Unix,