02-01-2014 07:03 PM
I am new to app development so I'm sure this is just something simple I am doing to break the link between Webworks and the projects I am creating.
If I start webworks, connect my phone and transfer the initial "Helo World" app everything works fine. If I then try to implement code from the github samples everything starts to fall apart. When I re-launch webworks my project doesn't show up so I tried the following:
1) Create a new project
2) Rename all the files in the www, js and css folders to *.old
3) Copy all my files from my other project back to those folders
4) Launch webworks 2.0. Nothing shows up
5) Delete all my files from other project and rename originals (remove .old extension)
6) Launch webworks 2.0. Again, nothing shows up
Somehow I am breaking the link between my projects and webworks even if I keep the original files. What excatly is webworks looking for and where is it?
All I wanted to do is get a blank page / screen with an action bar and some buttons. Copied actionBar.htm and actionBar.js to my project and edited the index.html script sections to match what it tells me on github. Also modified the config.xml although I'll be honest, not sure what any of these files should look like.
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02-03-2014 11:32 AM
Are building the project using the Command Line or the GUI? Can you try building the project using the Command line? Here is the overview of the process. https://developer.blackberry.com/html5/documentati
I hope this helps.
02-03-2014 01:16 PM
02-08-2014 11:29 AM
Getting an error at the command prompt that reads:
[INFO] [ERROR] Native Packager exception occured
[INFO] An error has occured
An error has occured
Any clue as to what this might be?
02-08-2014 01:08 PM
Ok.....figured it out. Looks like there were some images that were referenced and not actually there. App gets to the phone now but I will accept this as an answer and start a new post on the new errors I'm getting.
Thanks for all the help