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jQuery Mobile: Default Back Button, silentScoll(), and another look at swipe - JavaScript tutorial


We’re diving into part 2 of our advanced jQuery Mobile topics. We will cover a few APIs at a time to really help you understand things. We are going to look at the default back button settings and how to implement them. Also, we are going to take another look at the swipe API. Finally, we will run into an instance where we need to use the pageinit function again. This will really help you learn jQuery Mobile APIs that are important.
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