What is it?
What does all of that mean? Basically, this takes our HTML5 + REST / jQuery Mobile based web app and converts it to a native app for both iOS and Android. Currently, these apps will need to be built separately but in the future we hope to provide a single build step for all supported mobile OS types. These concepts can be applied to the conversion of most HTML5/JS based web apps by just replacing the specific paths described in this article with paths that match your environment.
Available Hybrid Applications
The following is a list of the currently available hybrid applications. For more detailed information about a quickstart, click on the quickstart name.
This quickstart contains the following mobile OS types:
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- Mar 21, 2013: Jdf-235 move aerogear quickstart to jdf Rafael Benevides
- Feb 12, 2013: Add quickstart source repository of record to the readme files Sande Gilda
- Oct 02, 2012: Readme updates fixing links, adding target product tag, fixing typos and whitespace. fixes aerogear-507 Kris Borchers
- Sep 17, 2012: Try fixing links again Kris Borchers
- Sep 17, 2012: Fix links on main kitchensink-cordova readme Kris Borchers
- Sep 14, 2012: Merge kitchensink-cordova from separate repo Kris Borchers