Suitability of a knockout/AMD/socketIo app for phoneGap?
2013-07-25 17:12:44 GMT
I have an existing CSS/JS based webapp that I'd like to phone-gap to Android, but unless I'm missing something somewhere (and I assume that I am) I can't find a step by step document describing how to migrate an existing webapp to PhoneGap.
I'm prepared to invest the time to sort it out but before I do so I' was hoping to get some thumbs up/down type of feedback about the prospects for my app? It is knockoutJs based and most of the content is rendered client side using externally loaded templates. Viewmodels are also loaded dynamically using AMD, and are dynamically updated using socket.io. The presentation makes heavy use of CSS, and I need access to camera, mic, GPS, accelerometer, network.. There is not much in the way of static assets - everything comes from the server over http and/or JSON or ultimately from localStorage then server.
Can anyone comment if this mix would play well with PhoneGap?
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