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HOWTO: Native iPhone/iPad apps in JavaScript

HOWTO: Native iPhone/iPad apps in JavaScript
More resources On top of the information below, I can recommend a few other resources: Building iPhone Apps with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript is the only book I found that covered everything. I highly recommend it if you're planning on doing serious app development in JavaScript. If you'd like to get into native app development, take a step back and learn Objective-C first. The best Objective-C book I've found is Cocoa and Objective-C: Up and Running. Making it full-screen Normally, if you press "+" in mobile Safari and then "Add to Home Screen," the icon it creates acts like a bookmark into Safari. To get rid of the URL and button bars, just add a meta tag: This is what my log app looks like when launched from the home screen: Changing the phone status bar You can also change how the phone's status bar is displayed with a meta tag. The values for content are default, black and black-translucent. Preventing scaling Preventing elastic scrolling Creating a home screen icon Confused? Tips Hosting

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