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    EXTJS for mobile.


    Hello everybody,
    We trying to make a development framework that can be used with WEB APPLICATION, DESKTOP APPLICATION and MOBILE APPLICTION.

    With EXTJS, we have the option to do WEB AND DESKTOP (with AIR), but the problem is the MOBILE. Anybody have a sugestion or knows how we can put extjs into mobile?

    Native doesn't work because the brownsers of mobile devices don't support javascript.

    And i make it a research to find if Adobe AIR works on Mobile, but seens that is negative.

    Thanks

    Davi

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    Being that Ext is a javascript framework, javascript support is required. thats all there is to it.

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    Some mobiles can run Ext (e.g., iPhone). Depends on the device/browser.

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    How about the Italics ?

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    My ExtJS app runs on the iPhone. It takes about 10 minutes to load, though. And for some reason, Apple still has some big fear of right mouse buttons (there's no way to bring up context menus on the iPhone).

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    ExtJS does technically work on phone based browsers, though its a tad heavy for them to handle.

    The bigger problem that you will have to address, is that an app developed for the desktop will not be usable on a phone without significant design changes. The same would be true if you were to put you app on a touchscreen kiosk for instance.

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    There might be an alternative architectural solution but it's not simple to implement and may be infeasible.

    What you do is create an intermediary server that executes the ExtJS Javascript code and then renders the static XML required by the mobile client. Local events (mouse clicks) would have to be sent back to the remote server. Some interactive features will probably never work (like drag/drop some mouse over events). Aptana have a Javascript based web server platform that might be able to be used as a basis for this type of server. It may be just too radical a change for core ExtJS to be used.

    We're clearly seeing a trend that a large percentage users will soon only use a mobile device to view the Internet. Market research is very clear that you can no longer just build web sites for the non-mobile user. The question is ... will we see all mobile devices adopt Javascript support ... and critically ... how can ExtJS remain relevant in this emerging market trend? No one will wear a 10 min load time. Another approach is needed.

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