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04-08-2011 07:41 AM
Yes.. You can use the WebWorks SDK for PlayBook and/or Smartphones to package up your application and distribute it on App World
04-08-2011 08:23 AM
thanks for your reply, I am a php developer and new to html5, as the web app would be pakaged and stored on App store, how can It interact with our server to get the dynamic data from the server?
04-08-2011 08:56 AM - edited 04-08-2011 09:40 AM
The cool thing about WebWorks apps is that you don't have the cross origin restriction for AJAX calls. You do need to whitelist the domains that you want to access in the config.xml file for an app.
Locally packaged pages are running on a virtual local web server and your remote pages on another. You can even link back to your local pages from your remote pages by using the local:/// protocol that starts from the root of the local WebWorks packaged content.