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    Default Unanswered: Sencha app for Dektop

    I am creating a app presently for the desktop/Pc.
    As of now i need to put the url in browser(web app) to run it.

    Is there any way by which i can zip it to .exe or something.
    Whenever i click on .exe a popup should come displaying the app in that box.
    I just want to secure my code and make a stand alone app

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    You would need a packager to do this. Little Google searching should help, I personally haven't used anything to do this that I can talk about.
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    You will need an application able to embed a browser activex (webkit aware) and declare all html and js as resources. At run time you will need to make the embed browser to load the resources from streams... probably register your own protocol, to keep the sources "secure".


    Maybe Adobe AIR might be a solution.... but so far I remember with them the sources are exposed or easily accessible.


    http://trac.webkit.org/wiki/QtWebKit

    http://asterclick.drclue.net/WBEA.html



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