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ST2 and PhoneGap
am getting very confused here.
I understand that you can use Sencha Native commands similar to PhoneGap in order to access device specific hardware (i.e. Camera, geoLocation, etc).
According to the doco,
When this singleton is instantiated, it will automatically select the correct implementation depending on the current device:
So does this mean I can create an Architect app using the Sencha Ext.device.Camera.Capture command and when I zip it and send it to PhoneGap the app will automatically use the PhoneGap command?
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Also am trying to incorporate ST2 app made from Architect into phonegap...have had a look at this one Barebones-PhoneGap but still can't work it out.
All the previous example are from ST1 or for Apple on XCode....anything new out there using ST2 on Architect for Android (Windows based)?
Theoretically, yes, Sencha Touch should fine the phonegap camera interface and use it. Haven't tried this myself so I can't vouch for it if works!
I have packaged up Sencha apps in Phonegap with great success. Just follow the Phonegap tutorials for 2.x not Sencha Touch with phonegap tutorials. They are out of date and mainly irrelevant.... if the app works as a webapp in safari, most likely it will work when it's embedded in phonegap. Just get the phonegap bare html page example working first, then copy over the output of "sencha app build package" from your app's directory.
Additionally it provide blank projects (with everything set-up) to package app for distribution.
PhoneGap is not related to ST2. They are both two different things.
But ST2 tends to provide same functionalities as PhoneGap does (Ext.device for native access and Sencha Cmd for packaging)
To make your Sencha app work within a PhoneGap bundle app just follow their guides:
Basically, follow the instruction, then once you have the Hello World working, replace the www content folder with your ST app. Don't forget to include the proper cordova lib in your index.html and you are good to go.
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thanks for the advice. I have an added complication in that I am using Architect. This does not make an application directory so when I try and build an application for Android, it gathers all the package.json info and then proceeds to tell me that it is not an application directory and cannot continue.
Conversley, if I generate a new app that the command line will work with, I can't use it in Architect.
Seems to be a build problem (in Windows) with Architect and native apps.