Jquery Mobile Form Submit Error
on April 10th, 2015 jQuery Mobile users know how form handling can be a pain in the ass. In jQuery Mobile, form submissions are automatically handled using Ajax whenever possible, creating a smooth transition between the form and the result page. jquery mobile ajax form example Unfortunately, this functionality blocks classic form handling. To submit a form without Ajax, you can either
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disable Ajax form handling globally, or per form via the data-ajax="false" attribute. Because Ajax is a necessary part of jQuery Mobile page handling, disabling jquery mobile ajax call example it is usually not an option. That's why data-ajax="false" is our best choice in solving this conundrum. This article will cover two different ways of form submitting in jQuery Mobile application. First example will use form and server side to jquery mobile form example code generate jQuery Mobile content. This solution is mostly used in classic jQuery Mobile applications when server side page generation is still a viable option. On the other hand, when working with jQuery Mobile hybrid applications (Android or iOS), classic server-side content generation is out of a question. This is mostly due to Apple app store rules which prohibit certain kind of hybrid mobile apps. We can circumvent this rule with a REST call and that's going to be a second example.
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