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    Cross-Platform and HTML5

    hi, I going to development application in all smartphones Nokia, IPhone, Android and blackberry.
    depend-on experiences what's batter.
    application need offline browsing(browse web site locally) and local data storage.
    Thanks

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    Re: Cross-Platform and HTML5

    Good for you, except: No Nokia phone has, as far as I'm aware, HTML5 support yet.

    And local data storage has also its restrictions with Nokia's WRT (web run-time) support.

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    Re: Cross-Platform and HTML5

    Quote Originally Posted by mohhassan View Post
    hi, I going to development application in all smartphones Nokia, IPhone, Android and blackberry.
    depend-on experiences what's batter.
    application need offline browsing(browse web site locally) and local data storage.
    Thanks
    either you need to port the app for each device or if you want to run the same code with minimal changes then Web App will be the best choice. but in that case as petrib mentioned there are restrictions in Nokia phones with HTML5
    Last edited by somnathbanik; 2011-06-06 at 07:54. Reason: added

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    Re: Cross-Platform and HTML5

    In symbian (3.1,.3.2,…up),
    If use wget application, is application able to store files (JSON, XML) loaded from internet in local device?
    Thanks all.

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    Re: Cross-Platform and HTML5

    Quote Originally Posted by mohhassan View Post
    In symbian (3.1,.3.2,…up),
    If use wget application, is application able to store files (JSON, XML) loaded from internet in local device?
    Thanks all.
    Hi,

    I presume you are talking about widget application not wget.
    In widgets you cannot directly save files, but you can store JSON or XML strings with setPreferenceForKey()
    http://www.developer.nokia.com/Resou...1F28E9F27.html

    -Ilkka

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