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jQuery Mobile in Java
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The long awaited Hello World example is finally also available on the whizu.org website.

http://www.whizu.org/manual/hello-world.whizu
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I have added a getting started page to the whizu.org website. This should make it easy to start developing jQuery Mobile (jqm) applications in Java.

http://www.whizu.org/manual/getting-started.whizu
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Whizu 0.1-snapshot is available for download with Maven. Whizu makes it easy to develop jQuery Mobile applications in Java.
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The jQuery Mobile team has just announced the release of jQuery Mobile 1.3.2. This is the second maintenance release for 1.3.1 and contains fixes throughout the library. Whizu has migrated from jQuery Mobile 1.3.1 and as of today also runs on jQuery Mobile 1.3.2.
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The easiest way to get a sense of how Whizu works is to look at some code. I have finally found the time to put a small piece of code on the homepage of whizu.org. Let's write a simple jQuery Mobile app to add notes to your notebook.
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An initial release of Whizu has been published to the Maven Central Repository. This means releases, snapshots, artifacts and their dependencies are available for easy download with Maven, Apache Ivy and other build and dependency management systems.

With thanks to the Sonatype OSS Repository.
http://www.sonatype.org/central
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