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06-06-2011 05:09 PM
I'm having a tough time learning WebWorks development in an unstructured way(through all of the docs on this site). Can anybody recommend a book that goes through WebWorks development? I'm struggling! THANKS!
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06-06-2011 08:54 PM
No books that I know of. There was a quick spurt of BlackBerry books two years ago. Mine released right before Widgets (now called WebWorks) were officially released and I didn't want to include beta stuff in the book.
06-07-2011 01:58 AM
Webworks = HTML5 apps. Nothing special about it besides how to use the SDK which would take up one chapter max if such a book existed.
Note: this is a good thing! It's very much Web Standards compliant. As a result, apps developed under WebWorks will port super easy to pretty much any platform. I've already done it with my apps.
Staff UI Prototyper (read: full-time hacker)
06-07-2011 08:39 PM
It's a stretch, but if you happen to know a Domino developer who subscribes to The View (www.eview.com) I wrote an article on Widgets for the magazine that could help get you started. You can find the article here: http://www.eview.com/eview/volr6.nsf/0/79586DE6FA5