jQT extensions jqt.activityIndicator, jqt.bars (with numeric badges), jqt.checkGroup & jqt.segmentedControl.Get updates via Twitter http://twitter.com/HeadDZombie. If you find this fork useful please make a donation via PayPal (http://tinyurl.com/2fpmx27). See below for demo links.
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The DataZombies jQTouch fork

If you find this fork useful please make a donation via PayPal (http://tinyurl.com/2fpmx27).


  • Fixed jqt.autotitles.js to honor hardcoded titles (and does back buttons, too). demo


  • jqt.bars.js - Horizontal scrolling tabbar with badges; (demo)
  • Reworked Main demo that uses a global tabbar and iScroll (see above demo).
  • jqt.activityIndicator (demo), a really cool, customizable object.
  • jqt.autotitles (demo), now sets the back button's text honoring any hardcoded text.
  • jqt.checkGroup (demo), for that to do list you've been putting off.
  • jqt.segmentedControl (demo)


Create powerful mobile apps with just HTML, CSS, and jQuery.

jQTouch is a jQuery plugin with native animations, automatic navigation, and themes for mobile WebKit browsers like iPhone, Nexus One, and Palm Pre.

  • Easy to install. Get up and running in a few minutes.
  • Entirely customizable with selector options
  • Theme support, including default Apple and jQTouch custom themes
  • Callback functions throughout, including swipe and orientation change detection
  • Page history management and CSS3 page transitions, including 3D flip
  • Failover to 2D animations for devices that don't support 3D
  • Easily allow apps to run in fullscreen mode with custom icons and startup screens
  • The power of jQuery to build AJAX applications
  • New demos: Clock and Todo

Source code, issue tracking, and documentation are available on github.

Watch this video preview to see it in action.

External Guides

Jonathan Stark has created an excellent introduction to jQTouch as part of his book, Building iPhone Apps with HTML, CSS, and Javascript.

PeepCode did a screencast ($9), as well as a cheat sheet, which have been helpful to many people.


Created by David Kaneda.

Maintained by Jonathan Stark.

Special thanks to pinch/zoom.

(c) 2009-2011 by jQTouch project members. See LICENSE.txt for license.