7 Jan 2011 1:58 PM #1
Sencha Touch app deployment to IPhone and Android
After we build an app using sencha, how do we package it to deploy to physical devices like IPhone. Can we do this in Sencha only or do we have to use Phone gap or Appcelarator.
Link to any documentation is greatly appreciated.
Please let me know.
8 Jan 2011 5:59 AM #2
This is really a distribution issue...if you want to package it up so that it can be deployed via the App Store or Android Market, you're going to have to use PhoneGap.
PhoneGap is very easy to use. You should be able to compile most apps to native within an hour.
Follow the step-by-step instructions located here:
You might also want to check out this thread, detailing possible orientation issues:
8 Jan 2011 8:34 AM #3
28 Feb 2011 12:59 AM #4
With PhoneGap I am required a MAC to build the app for iOS, am I right?
Is there a way to package the Sencha Touch app as an iOS app without using a MAC?
9 Sep 2011 10:57 AM #5
You can do it in the PhoneGap Cloud Build, but for iOS, you'll need an Apple developer certificate. To get the certificate, you'll need a Mac. So, if you can get a Mac for a while, create a certificate for you, later if you configure your PhoneGap Build account, you will be able to compile it for many mobile OS.
FYI, PhoneGap Build compiles for iOS (after declare certificate), Android, webOS, Symbian and BlackBerry
11 Sep 2011 11:40 PM #6
Interesting, seems feasible, given there are many 'Mac equipped friends' not interested in developing apps, thank you.
24 Oct 2011 12:53 AM #7
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