all your static web content. And by static I mean “No server required” - aka what we used to make in Dreamweaver back in the late 90s/early 2000s. But this aint no Web1.0 stuff - this is full on webkit-y goodness.
PhoneGap, via webkit, supports <each>. The cool thing about HTTP is that since your app is running in a privileged sandbox via ﬁle:// you can do XHR to *any domain*. That’s something you can’t do on a normal web site; you’d need your server to process xhrs, or you’d have to use JSON-P or some other hax
HelloWorld.html 3. ??? 4. Proﬁt! Monday, March 18, 13 First, you need to have the pre-requisites. For iOS, that’s Xcode and a Mac. For Android, that’s the Android SDK (Unix and Windows). For WinMo, a Windows PC/VM and the right .NET stuff. etc. You can quickly download and install PhoneGap from PhoneGap.com Write a HelloWorld HTML ﬁle, press compile, and voila!