Cordova – PhoneGap development part 1

PhoneGap is an open source framework that allows you to create natively-installed applications for mobile devices using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. Building applications for each device–iPhone, Android, Windows Mobile and more–requires different frameworks and languages. PhoneGap solves this by using standards-based web technologies to bridge web applications and mobile devices. Since PhoneGap apps are standards
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AndroVM: running Android in a Virtual Machine

When comparing Android development to iOS development, there was always one thing with iOS that stuck out as being much better and faster and this was their device emulators (Apple calls them simulators).  The Android emulator for ARM is so slow.  AndroVM is Android that runs as a virtual machine.  It is an open source
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iWebInspector

iWebInspector is a free tool to debug, profile and inspect web applications running on iOS Simulator (iPhone or iPad). You can check resources, see and change HTML & CSS, use breakpoints on JavaScript code, create charts and more just as if you were on Safari for Desktop, Chrome or Firebug. It works for any web
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