This chapter further fleshed out the concept of jQuery Mobile pages and how to work with multiple pages. Specifically, we saw how one physical file can contain many different pages. jQuery Mobile will handle hiding all but the first page. We also saw how you can link to other pages and how jQuery Mobile uses AJAX to dynamically load the content into the browser. Next, we discussed how jQuery Mobile handles updating the URL of the browser in order to enable bookmarking. Finally, we discussed two utilities that will help to improve your page. The first way was to provide a title for embedded pages. The second technique demonstrated how to prefetch content to further improve the experience of the users visiting your website.
In the next chapter, we'll take a look at headers, footers, and navbars. These will greatly enhance our pages and make them easier to navigate.