20 Jul 2010 5:14 PM #1
Turning Sencha Touch-based app into a true native iPhone app?
(Is Sencha Touch really the end of native?)
20 Jul 2010 5:32 PM #2
Ack it ate my reply! Anyway... short answer... yes you can run it as a native application. Look at Phonegap - http://www.phonegap.com/
I've tried it with a Sencha Touch app and it works fine in my limited testing.
20 Jul 2010 5:43 PM #3
Apple is supposedly blocking 1-click cross-platform appmakers like phonegap - I notice that their list of app examples are all more than a few months old -- have there been other automated-native-ized apps accepted by iTunes recently?
21 Jul 2010 5:26 AM #4
Is this true?
Where did you get this information from?
I am planning to use Phonegap with Sencha.
21 Jul 2010 5:44 AM #5
21 Jul 2010 5:57 AM #6
No, that does not block Phonegap.
If you know Phonegap, its just HTML. And it uses a Xcode project which uses UIWebView to render your HTML.
The actual compilation of Phonegap still happens inside Xcode. So I dont see why Apple will block it.
21 Jul 2010 5:11 PM #7
It looks like there are a couple of other cross-platform / rapid app dev software -- how does Phonegap compare with appMobi and others, for Sencha Touch conversion?
21 Jul 2010 5:59 PM #8
AppMobi is paid (commercial), Phonegap is Free (Opensource).
Phonegap is Apple approved (as far as I know).
Not sure about AppMobi.
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