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    Masking input fields

    Hi all,

    I am building a web app for mobile devices. In the desktop version, we use the following plugin to mask input fields while users are typing (phone numbers, numbers and so on).
    http://digitalbush.com/projects/masked-input-plugin/

    The above doesn't work in Android browsers and in iPhones it's a bit buggy.
    I was wondering if anyone knows of a library/plugin that can achieve a similar goal but for smartphones.

    Zig

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    What is wrong with <input type="password">?

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    I think you need to build your web app using the twitter bootstrap. In that you can implement your masked input plugin. I hope that would works for you. It something they are responsive for the user to use it.

    Let me know if it is done, so that I could able to learn something interesting topics.

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    you have to check following links hope you will get some useful information ... regarding masking input fields

    http://www.sitepoint.com/better-pass...assword-field/
    http://www.angelwatt.com/coding/masked_input.php
    I am Creating Website for Businesses and Brands to build up online presence.

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    I am no expert on the subject matter but i would like to point you in the right direction if it helps you in any way then i would be very happy. mobile development techniques

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