Tag: Android

Touchqode – Free Code Editor For Smartphones

We all experience that typing in smartphones is not fun. It requires a serious effort (specially for touch screens). However, it can be fun (or handy) to write code with them when we don't have the alternative (in a bus, metro station, etc.) as inspiration can come anytime. Touchqode is an application for ...

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An HTML5 Mobile App. Framework – Jo

Jo is an open source mobile application framework that is based on HTML5 . It enables you to create for multiple platforms like webOS, iOS, Android, Symbian, Safari, Chrome and Dashboard Widgets. The framework is small in size, ~8kb, without any dependencies and compatible with many other JS frameworks. ...

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Native-Like Apps For Mobile & Desktop – Unify

Unify is a software, powered by Deutsche Telekom, which provides a common API developing cross-platform applications that will look and feel like native ones. It makes use of HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript and other resources like qooxdoo, PhoneGap, Adobe AIR and Sass. The code can be re-used between platforms and ...

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HTML5 Mobile App. Framework: Sencha Touch

Sencha (previously known as Ext JS) has released Sencha Touch, an HTML5 Mobile App. Framework, which allows you to develop web applications that look and feel native on Apple iOS and Google Android touchscreen devices. It makes use of HTML5 for delivering audio/video or localStorage and CSS3 for maximum styling like ...

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Building Smartphone Apps. With Ruby: Rhodes

Rhodes is an open source framework for building native applications for all major smartphone operating systems: iPhone, Windows Mobile, RIM, Symbian and Android using Ruby as the development language. It has access to native device capabilities such as GPS geolocation, PIM contact reading/writing and camera image ...

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Cross-Platform Mobile Development – MoSync

MoSync is an open source SDK, with many tightly integrated components, for creating cross-platform mobile applications. It includes compilers, runtimes, libraries, a device profile database, an emulator and more. The kit is has an Eclipse-based IDE for C/C++ application development and comes with a detailed ...

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Detect Mobile Browsers Using Any Language

Detect Mobile Browser is an open source project for easily understanding whether a visitor of a website is using a mobile browser or not. It provides codes in several scripting languages (PHP,Rails, ASP, JSP, Coldfusion, .htaccess & JavaScript) that can detect the browser. The website also has a ...

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