I am presently started working with mobile development and would like to know which is the best way to work with
1.I have some of the problems actually this is not a problem but as PhoneGap gives a starter template with C# solution.
But I'm working on
VB.Net.I'm unable to work with the
C# solution as If I convert to VB.Net the entire
starter template no está trabajando.
2.Just now I had a look at
Jquery mobile no hay
specific documentation mentioned how to use it with
emulator in WP7.
Can anyone show me the links where I can start with the basics of Jquery mobile with WP7 emulator.
3.Do you think there is any other best way so that I Can work with jquery, html and css in WP7.
preguntado el 10 de marzo de 12 a las 09:03
It sounds like PhoneGap is your best option here. Right now, it's the best way to deploy an HTML-based application on Windows Phone. The main thing that PhoneGap gives you is a bridge to the phone's hardware (things like volume buttons, vibration, etc.). It also gives you an easy way to wrap up your application into a package that can be installed like a real native app.
By themselves, other frameworks like jQuery Mobile, Sencha Touch and Kendo UI don't provide hardware access or the ability to deploy the app natively. They are purely UI frameworks, meaning they provide the interface widgets you'll use to build your app but little else. Generally, with these frameworks, you need to host the app somewhere like a website and access it through the browser.
Assuming you're running a Windows machine, you could host the app locally for development using Internet Information Services (IIS). Here's a Aquí tienes nuestra guía to setting up a site. Then you could open the emulator and go to
http://localhost to interact with your app. That would work, but it would be clunky.
The ideal scenario is to use both jQuery Mobile (or another UI framework) and PhoneGap to create a nice-looking, natively installable app.
What I'd recommend is trying to get PhoneGap set up in a VB project. From what I've seen, this shouldn't be too difficult. There are probably some details to work out, but mainly it looks like you need to copy the
GapLib folders over. Then right click on
References y busque el
GapLib .dll. You'll also need to get the
MainPage.vb files set up, but they probably just host a web browser control, so this should be straightforward.
Migrating the pieces into a new project should work a lot better than trying to convert an existing project.
If you post specific issues that you run into during the setup, I'm sure you could get them answered quickly.