A Set of templates for building native iOS,
Android, Blackberry, Symbian, and WebOS using HTML,
Pros & Cons
Here are the pros of PhoneGap framework:
● Can use our current authoring tools (E.g: Photoshop for doing mockup)
● Can use our current web design and development skills.
● The development cycle is fast.
● Good performance for model iPhone 3G, 3GS, 4, and iPad.
● Mixing both native iOS view and webview.
● Clean code, usability, flexible and maintainable.
● It can be difficult to achieve sophisticated UI effects.
● Must learning HTML5 and design for smartphone.
● Complex games, intensive graphics. Use OpenGL for that, not PhoneGap.
● For slower phones (not iPhone, not Nexus One, Droid, not Xperia X10),
PhoneGap apps using the latest interactive Google Maps APIs tend to be
slow. Static maps OK, though.
Native vs Hybrid
This diagram depicts the major differences between mulitple native
and hybrid application development
The anatomy of project in XCode IDE
messaging from WebView to Obj-C Services.
Every DOM node which is got the event from
user, and transfer the message to local
2) The standard icons for Tab Bar and 3)
Images for App, see more details
here: Creating Custom Icons and Images
4) Themes for App: http://code.google.
5) The AppManager group: the logical folder
for all sources that manage the data between
local App and Web Services.
Get started: http://www.phonegap.com/start
Phonegap source code:
About the project "Tele-radiology"
Step 1: http://www.phonegap.com/start
Step 2: http://jquerymobile.com/ or http://www.jqtouch.com/
Step 3: A simple project http://dl.dropbox.com/u/4074962/TeleRadiologyiPad.zip
Step 4: Check it out https://docs.google.com/document/pub?
Step 5: http://www.clearcanvas.
The concept from Infomedica
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