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PhoneJS is a cross-platform HTML5 mobile app development framework that was built to be versatile, flexible and efficient. PhoneJS is a single page application (SPA) framework, with view management and URL routing. Its layout engine allows you to abstract navigation away from views, so the same app can be rendered differently across different platforms or form factors. PhoneJS includes a rich collection of touch-optimized UI widgets with built-in styles for today’s most popular mobile platforms including iOS, Android, and Windows Phone 8.
To better understand the principles of PhoneJS development and how you can create and publish applications in platform stores, let’s take a look at a simple demo app called TipCalculator. This application calculates tip amounts due based on a restaurant bill.
* PhoneJS Application Layout and Routing * PhoneJS ViewModel * PhoneJS Views * Start, Debug and Build for Stores * Creating Store Ready Applications Using PhoneJS and PhoneGap
The gist of the application is to allow users to sign up and be able to share financial tips. I will document my journey along for others who are thinking of travelling down the same road, starting with my choice of technologies, this being my first attempt at building up the whole architecture from the ground up and since I am a front end developer and I wanted to leverage that experience to build a mobile app instead of going native.
When deciding on the initial approach to building the app, I initially thought about using Sencha Touch. I had tried Titanium before but had found it unwieldy although I like the whole integrated IDE to production setup. I work with ExtJS on a daily basis so I figured Sencha Touch would be a natural complement but after working with AngularJS, I really did want to keep getting better at it and not have to duplicate my learning by both doing Angular and Sencha Touch at the same time so i settled on PhoneGap.
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