I wonder if Jq mobile http://jquerymobile.com/demos/1.1.0/…..vents.html
Now you have a basic grid that work OK in jq mobile as far as i see
YOU would be the frist in the mobile world to be there
!!!!Now phase 2 would be some real workadd the touch specfic events, add jq mobile html5 data- attributes
to style inputs & get that native look & feel
I dont think this would require a different base code stream & then the touch specfic event could
just be a a differentinclude like the css sheets
Thank you for the investigation and recommendations.
I will defenitley make some tests with jq mobile and will let you know about my decision.
A good news for you.
We will make jqGrid mobile version soon.
I will try to publish a Alpha version at end of this week. Note that currently we will support only basic
grid. Editing, serching and etc will be supported later.
I was about to start changing the source to make JQGrid work better with mobile devices, but if there is a JQMobile version on its way i will wait for that and leave myself an upgrade path!
On the mobile version it woudl be great to see:
1. Use touchstart not click for events
2. Inline editing should bring up the soft keyboard and highlight the text in the textbox
3. Inline editing should allow you to set the if the input will be type "text" or "number" to make sure the soft keyboard is showing the correct keys.
Other than that it works really welll already. I would be happy to test the release for you.
>1. Use touchstart not click for events
hopefully follow jqmobile & use the virtual mouse abstractions http://jquerymobile.com//test/…..vents.html
we need new user names for the jq grid mobile forums :(
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