09-12-2011 11:53 PM
With a few tweaks, I was able to get Ripple to run as an HTML5 app instead of a Chrome plug-in. For PhoneGap apps, it seems to work fine on WebKit browsers.
See the diff here.
I've seen that Ripple is moving to Qt. Is anyone else interested in seeing it continue as pure HTML5?
09-16-2011 11:44 AM
Hi Paul! Good to see you here in the Ripple community and taking interest in our open source initiatives.
Actually, if you have a browser with security turned off, you can already run Ripple standalone using the pkg/web output of the build. Would you be able to give that a go on the current code base and see if this meets your need? Would love to hear your feedback.
09-16-2011 12:13 PM
I'm happy to be here. I need a PhoneGap emulator and Ripple seems to easily be the best open source solution.
It doesn't work for me to turn off security. Even if I did, I still think I would need the change I made to bootstrap.js to tell the browser about both the Ripple location and the web page to pass to Ripple.
Besides the bootstrapping, I also made changes to disable the choice of other environments than PhoneGap and changed 'jake deploy' to only compress (since the other stuff failed and I don't need it anyway)