I have my mobile site up and running with various people testing. I don't really "care" about Windows users, but was surprised when I got a 2 thumbs up from one of them.
However, it was short lived as about 30 minutes later I got an e-mail stating that when he presses the back button (not the browser back button, but a jQM one) it doesn't go back a page it goes back to the previous website.
I saw this patch and was wondering if this is the reason it doesn't work? I don't have a problem telling this user they need to look at something else.
Basically my problem was trying to have a dynamic collapsible set that BEFORE expansion would see if content was loaded, and if not would inject it using AJAX. The only thing I have been able to confirm working is the bind event of expand and collapse.
What I would like to see added is a "beforeexpand" or "click". The problem as it is now the expand fires showing a blank space before filling with content. In a perfect world after a user clicks we could do whatever check we wanted and then the default action could continue.
I appologize if we can already do this and it is just not documented well.