Ajax Animated Icon Generators
Sure there are a few standard icons that you can use for your waiting dialogues in your apps, but here a list of new and old ones… just for a bit of variety:
Chimply (animated gif)
LoadingGif.com (animated gif)
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Backbone’s only hard dependency is Underscore.js.
By encapsulating data and behavior into a view model, you get a clean, extensible foundation on which to build sophisticated UIs without getting lost in a tangle of event handlers and manual DOM updates.
jQuery mobile framework takes the “write less, do more” mantra to the next level: Instead of writing unique apps for each mobile device or OS, the jQuery mobile framework will allow you to design a single highly branded and customized web application that will work on all popular smartphone and tablet platforms.
Detect Mobile Browser
Created by Chad Smith, the Detect Mobile Browser code is open source, available in 15 languages (or as plugins), is supported by a redirect service via which you can setup mobile redirec links for your own programs.
Link: Detect Mobile Browser - Open source mobile phone detection