12 Jun 2007 6:39 AM #1
iPhone Web 2.0 apps
Anyone excited about this? I think this is good news for some, and it might be a good time to start creating sample apps optimized for a 320x480 screen.
I wonder if it will allow storing the Ext library somewhere locally so access will be faster over an EDGE connection...
What do you all think?
12 Jun 2007 7:53 AM #2
This has always been the ideal way for me to write mobile apps, but I'm concerned about the phones browser compatability. Do they envision this as a parallel to Firefox/IE ?
12 Jun 2007 8:07 AM #3
12 Jun 2007 8:25 AM #4
Yep, Safari. That's why apple announced safari for windows yesterday.
30 Jun 2007 7:28 PM #5
I just found a video for Aptana IDE with iPhone support but the coolest part was in the tutorial it showed a EXT Accordion on the iPhone.
Jack!!! Ext strikes again.
Opportunity is missed by most people because it is dressed in overalls and looks like work - Thomas Edison
30 Jun 2007 7:40 PM #6
That's pretty sweet. I wonder if Jozef has seen it?Jack Slocum
Sencha Co-Founder, Ext JS Founder
Original author of Ext JS 1, 2 & 3.
30 Jun 2007 7:59 PM #7
Just got an iPhone yesterday. The Ext demo works believe it or not. What's not supported is dragging. So, avoid drags and drops, as well as draggable pop-up dialog windows.
1 Jul 2007 4:38 AM #8
1 Jul 2007 3:05 PM #9
extjs on safari
I'll bet Jobs used that demo just so we would talk about Safari. He probably also knows exactly how many hits a day this site is getting!
my guess: Jobs or Adobe will push it forward
MS or google will pay the most money when it becomes inevitable.
Have fun with the money!
(missing the Genny's)