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Going Mobile: Developing Apps for Your Library Using Basic HTML Programming
     

Going Mobile: Developing Apps for Your Library Using Basic HTML Programming

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by Scott La Counte
 

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Patrons increasingly expect access to their libraries anywhere, anytime. This Special Report provides practical guidance in how librarians can put the library in the palms of their patrons’ hands. Using the HTML skills that many librarians already have along with flexible development tools, technology expert La Counte shows how creating a customized mobile app

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Patrons increasingly expect access to their libraries anywhere, anytime. This Special Report provides practical guidance in how librarians can put the library in the palms of their patrons’ hands. Using the HTML skills that many librarians already have along with flexible development tools, technology expert La Counte shows how creating a customized mobile app doesn’t need to be expensive or require deep expertise. In straightforward, practical terms he

* Demonstrates how to establish a presence on the mobile web with mobile websites and phone apps
* Details open-source development tools such as PhoneGap that allow for the creation of mobile apps that work on a variety of mobile operating systems, with emphasis on the iPhone
* Discusses methods for assessing a library’s user base and getting buy-in from administrators

Following the pointers in this Special Report, libraries can easily go wherever their patrons do!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780838993194
Publisher:
ALA Editions
Publication date:
09/01/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
64
File size:
2 MB

Meet the Author

Scott La Counte is a librarian at Anaheim (Calif.) Public Library. He is the author of the book Quiet, Please: Dispatches from a Public Librarian (Da Capo Press, 2008), which began as a series for McSweeney’s Internet Tendencies. He teaches writing online for the Gotham Writers’ Workshops. His iPhone app, LibFind, gives the addresses and phone numbers of public libraries across the United States.

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