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    Question Answered: Sencha touch with hidden browser

    Hi, everyone I am new in sencha touch, actually I have just made "hello world", but I have a question.
    In Sencha Touch screenshots, it seems that apps does not need a browser to work or at least the browser is hidden.

    I would like to create an app that use sencha but that dont need a browser container to get a native look to the app. Is this possible?

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    To achieve that you only need to develop your sencha touch app, navigate to it with your mobile device using Safari for the first time, and finally add it to your device home screen.
    This will allow you to give your application a "native"look to get a complete fullscreen usability without having defaults safari toolbars docked on top and bottom.

    Hope this helps.

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    Hi and welcome.
    To achieve that you only need to develop your sencha touch app, navigate to it with your mobile device using Safari for the first time, and finally add it to your device home screen.
    This will allow you to give your application a "native"look to get a complete fullscreen usability without having defaults safari toolbars docked on top and bottom.

    Hope this helps.
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    Hi Andrea, I really appreciate your answer.

    When you mentioned ", and finally add it to your device home screen" How can I do that,,, Is this process on documentation, or not depends to sencha? it's depends of the device configuration?

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    Quote Originally Posted by byroncorrales View Post
    Hi Andrea, I really appreciate your answer.

    When you mentioned ", and finally add it to your device home screen" How can I do that,,, Is this process on documentation, or not depends to sencha? it's depends of the device configuration?
    You are welcome.
    Yes it depends on which device you are running the application on.

    Quote Originally Posted by mitchellsimoens View Post
    Nice suggestion
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    @Andrea and @Mitchel Thanks for your suggestions. Now That I know that is possible I am going to create my first try and worry for this later.

    Thanks again

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