On Mon, Apr 26, 2010 at 7:47 AM, Steve Nolte wrote:
On 4/26/2010 10:22 AM, Steve Nolte wrote:
And any frameworks, such as jQTouch, to recommend or stay away from?
I've heard good things about http://www.phonegap.com/
Thanks for the PhoneGap suggestions, but to clarify I'm looking for something to first help me build the iPhone version of my web app. ?PhoneGap is for bundling up a web app you have as an actual iPhone App.
So my request for framework suggestions is more specifically for something that will help me create the UI. ?And I'm wondering if anyone else has gone through the work to build a Catalyst app with both a desktop and mobile interface.
HTTP::BrowserDetect gives you the detection, and you could setup a
separate view for those templates with a fallback to the previous
You configure the secondary view with multiple paths (INCLUDE_PATH),
so you can override any template (just by it existing in the first
On a separate, and more involved note, SproutCore Touch has just been released.
You can read about it in the introduction article on the sproutcore blog here:http://blog.sproutcore.com/post/531215199/introducing-sproutcore-touch
Unfortunately it looks like touch.sproutcore.com is having its own issues.
To give you an idea of how it works, you'll actually be building a
full client-side application that communicates with your application,
in terms of data storage, etc.
This will give you the most native feeling, seemingly just like that
of a real application. It also handles local storage, so you can
cache things directly on the device itself.
Hope this helps, have fun.