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09-02-2011 12:53 PM
Good Day All,
I'm building my webapp using JqueryMobile and some other plugins. I initially began developing using the .php extension and then when it came time to load onto the playbook simulator, it gave me a blank screen. I then changed the file extension to .html and it seemed to work fine.
In my app, I use a lot of php to pull information from a database (i.e. dynamic dropdown menus and the like) When I change the extension to .html, the php doesn't work anymore
What is the benefit of having the source files loaded on the playbook, versus having the config file fetch the same index file from my website? The app uses databases for pretty much everything, user account, programs, etc.
My thought is to have my app just reference the external file and that would allow me to jump around the php problem i'm having.
Any thoughts? My deadline is soon!
09-02-2011 01:12 PM
For example, once the items of your dropdownmenu are fetched via ajax, you can save them in a database on the playbook and if the playbook looses his internet connection, the user can continue using the application.
I hope this could help you!
09-02-2011 09:53 PM