Spring Roo
  1. Spring Roo
  2. ROO-2515

Roo support for mobile applications

    Details

    • Type: New Feature New Feature
    • Status: Open
    • Priority: Major Major
    • Resolution: Unresolved
    • Affects Version/s: None
    • Fix Version/s: None
    • Component/s: None
    • Labels:
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      Description

      One of the many takeouts from a recent questionnaire conducted by the Spring Roo team is the desire to leverage Roo to create mobile client applications.

      This ticket has the purpose of:

      • aggregating community interest in this feature (votes + comments)
      • collecting ideas & suggestions
      • allowing interested Roo users to follow the progress on this effort

      Of course there are many approaches to mobile apps. We'd love to hear your preferences. Some of the areas you might like to comment on are whether Roo should support any of these (or other technologies):

      • native applications, and if so - which ones? (ie Android, iOS, Win7, etc)
      • HTML5 apps optimized for mobile devices
      • leverage 3rd party hybrid mobile application frameworks, and if so - which ones (ie PhoneGap)

      Please vote on this issue if you want this feature supported by Roo and share your thoughts via a comment if you wish.

        Activity

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        Pawel Gorny added a comment -

        I vote for HTML5 and Blackberry

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        Pawel Gorny added a comment - I vote for HTML5 and Blackberry
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        Subhash Shah added a comment -

        I vote for Android and HTML5.

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        Subhash Shah added a comment - I vote for Android and HTML5.
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        Isaac Johnson added a comment -

        HTML5 apps optimized for mobile devices

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        Isaac Johnson added a comment - HTML5 apps optimized for mobile devices
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        MiB added a comment - - edited

        HTML5 is the base line. Anything not supporting HTML5 as the base for the web is just wrong. jQuery Mobile would be nice as well. Which if course implies jQuery support.
        I always code the GUI by hand as the jspx's of current is not very usable for doing actual web sites. Thyme is a great template system with HTML5 support and works fine with Tiles too.

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        MiB added a comment - - edited HTML5 is the base line. Anything not supporting HTML5 as the base for the web is just wrong. jQuery Mobile would be nice as well. Which if course implies jQuery support. I always code the GUI by hand as the jspx's of current is not very usable for doing actual web sites. Thyme is a great template system with HTML5 support and works fine with Tiles too.
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        David Cook added a comment -

        My suggestion is to focus on perfecting core competencies before branching out. Solve open bugs first and spend your efforts growing the user base; the product is viable as is, and could be marketed more aggressively.

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        David Cook added a comment - My suggestion is to focus on perfecting core competencies before branching out. Solve open bugs first and spend your efforts growing the user base; the product is viable as is, and could be marketed more aggressively.

          People

          • Assignee:
            Unassigned
            Reporter:
            Stefan Schmidt
          • Votes:
            50 Vote for this issue
            Watchers:
            40 Start watching this issue

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              Updated: