Developing Portable Mobile Web Applications

What if you could write iPhone and iPad applications on Linux? And, what if those applications also ran on Android phones? Well, you can, by writing your application as a portable mobile Web application. Take advantage of HTML5 and JavaScript libraries to write rich Web applications that users can't tell from native applications. You even can have them install from iTunes and Android Market. Plus,
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Rick Rogers has been a professional embedded developer for more than 30 years. Now specializing in mobile application software, when Rick isn't writing software for a living, he's writing books and magazine articles like this one.

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Android compatibility.

tuna's picture

I'm getting my feet wet with mobile development and am trying to get this working. I'm developing on an HTC Droid Eris with Android 2.1. All I'm getting is a black screen. Any one have any ideas if it should work? Or where I should be looking?

"well documented elsewhere"

Anonymous's picture

"Installation of the tools is well documented elsewhere. The Resources section for this article gives pointers to the download URLs."

The resources indeed gives the pointers to the download URLs.
Is there also a link available for "well documented elsewhere"?
Is there also a pointer to the installation of the tools?

Regards,
M. Moon

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