GWT Mobile PhoneGap Showcase

GWT Mobile PhoneGap Showcase


This app showcases the functions of PhoneGap, a cross-platform mobile development framework.

The app is open-source. Source code is available at http://www.gwtmobile.com

GWT Mobile PhoneGap Showcase has implemented the following PhoneGap functions:

Accelerometer: Tap into the device's motion sensor.
Camera: Capture a photo using the device's camera.
Capture: Provides access to the audio, image, and video capture capabilities of the device.
Compass: Obtain the direction that the device is pointing.
Contacts: Work with the device's contact database.
Device: Gather device specific information.
Events: Hook into native events through JavaScript.
File: Hook into native file system through JavaScript.
Geolocation: Make your application location aware.
Media: Record and play back audio files.
Network: Quickly check the network state.
Notification: Visual, audible, and tactile device notifications.
Storage: Provides access to the devices storage options.
Plugins: Child Browser

Note: the Database storage function is not currently wrapped, as webkit browsers all support database now. This function may become useful when PhoneGap works on Windows Mobile 7 phone, which does not have in-browser database support.

Recent changes:
11. Upgrade to PhoneGap 1.4.1.
10. Fixed ICS blank screen problem.
9. Upgraded to PhoneGap 1.2.0.
8. Added Facebook plugin.
7. Upgraded to PhoneGap 1.0.0.
6. Upgraded to PhoneGap 0.9.5.
5. Completed Contacts functions.
4. Added Local Storage functions.
3. Added Media Recording functions.
2. Overhauled File functions with PhoneGap 0.9.5 implementation.
1. Added Child Browser plugin.
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4.6
User ratings
455
Installs
10,000+
Concerns
4
File size
494 kb
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About GWT Mobile PhoneGap Showcase
This app showcases the functions of PhoneGap, a cross-platform mobile development framework.

The app is open-source. Source code is available at http://www.gwtmobile.com

GWT Mobile PhoneGap Showcase has implemented the following PhoneGap functions:

Accelerometer: Tap into the device's motion sensor.
Camera: Capture a photo using the device's camera.
Capture: Provides access to the audio, image, and video capture capabilities of the device.
Compass: Obtain the direction that the device is pointing.
Contacts: Work with the device's contact database.
Device: Gather device specific information.
Events: Hook into native events through JavaScript.
File: Hook into native file system through JavaScript.
Geolocation: Make your application location aware.
Media: Record and play back audio files.
Network: Quickly check the network state.
Notification: Visual, audible, and tactile device notifications.
Storage: Provides access to the devices storage options.
Plugins: Child Browser

Note: the Database storage function is not currently wrapped, as webkit browsers all support database now. This function may become useful when PhoneGap works on Windows Mobile 7 phone, which does not have in-browser database support.

Recent changes:
11. Upgrade to PhoneGap 1.4.1.
10. Fixed ICS blank screen problem.
9. Upgraded to PhoneGap 1.2.0.
8. Added Facebook plugin.
7. Upgraded to PhoneGap 1.0.0.
6. Upgraded to PhoneGap 0.9.5.
5. Completed Contacts functions.
4. Added Local Storage functions.
3. Added Media Recording functions.
2. Overhauled File functions with PhoneGap 0.9.5 implementation.
1. Added Child Browser plugin.

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A Google User
Oct 1, 2014
Thanks for your help I spent all day to build by maven but not work,
A Google User
Sep 25, 2014
Responsive UI Everything is tiny ...make it responsive..use bootstrap if you can
A Google User
Aug 24, 2014
Cool
A Google User
Aug 11, 2014
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A Google User
Jul 16, 2014
Text size should be adjustable. Very good until I upgraded to a Samsung Galaxy S4. With this phone all of the text in the app is too small to read.