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Introduction | Nick's Playbook to Build Apps with PhoneGap and

by Spone
Instead of writing with Java, Obj-C, or C#, you'll write in Javascript, using the framework for your display code using very little HTML. We'll use the Cordova toolchain, and PhoneGap Build, to wrap the code and produce native binaries for iOS and Android. Hopefully Windows soon too. Through my experience building PhoneGap apps, I've encountered many unknowns/bugs/features, and if you've tried building a PhoneGap app, you likely have as well. From handling the Back button on Android and incorporating it into your routing, to having consistent and beautiful transitions across every page, the scope and challenges of building an end-to-end PhoneGap app can expand quickly. This guide is a series of patterns that can be used to augment existing knowledge, or as a reference resource.


by Spone
localForage is a handy library that improves the offline experience of your web app by using asynchronous storage (via IndexedDB or WebSQL where available) but with a simple, localStorage-like API. localForage includes a localStorage-backed fallback store for browsers with no IndexedDB or WebSQL support. This means that asynchronous storage is available in Chrome, Firefox, and Safari (including Safari Mobile).


SilviaTerra Tech Blog: Offline Mapping in HTML5 Mobile Apps

by Spone
One of our top feature requests for Plot Hound has been to add satellite/terrain layers to the cruise maps. We couldn't just drop in normal Google or Bing Maps because we needed the maps to be available out in the woods with no data connection.


Questions and Myths About PhoneGap « PhoneGap

by holyver
Phonegap is a relatively new concept to many IT organizations, so there are many unanswered questions and misunderstandings about PhoneGap and Apache Cordova.  In this post, I’ll try to answer a few of these questions, clear up a few misunderstandings, and dispel some of the myths.

PhoneGap Explained Visually « PhoneGap

by holyver
There are some common questions that I am often asked, and I hope this post helps everyone understand PhoneGap better.

Architecting Mobile Solutions for the Enterprise Book Review

by tadanderson
This book is a smorgasbord of mobile information. I purchased and printed the Rough Cuts version as soon as it came out. This book saved me tons of time getting up to speed with the latest information on the mobile world.

Comparing Titanium and PhoneGap

by Xavier Lacot
A long blog post by Kevin Whinnery, which explains how Titanium and Phonegap differ



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