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From "John M. Wargo" <jwarg...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: HTML5DevConf Intro talk slides & interview
Date Thu, 03 Jul 2014 01:19:11 GMT
UI is way beyond the scope of Cordova. If one were included, most would yank it out and use
something else. Use whatever you want, it's HTML, CSS and JavaScript.

John M. Wargo

> On Jun 27, 2014, at 3:34 PM, "Ajai Khattri" <ajai@bitblit.net> wrote:
> 
>> On Wed, May 28, 2014 at 04:27:24PM -0400, Lisa Seacat DeLuca wrote:
>> 
>> I received a wide range of questions following my session including basic 
>> getting started Apache Cordova questions. the future direction of the 
>> Apache Cordova project, or confusion in recognizing that Cordova is merely 
>> the Native-web bridge and there is no user experience component.  I 
>> explained that developers are free to leverage any framework or UX 
>> techniques they wish, to create a seamless native look and feel.  For some 
>> reason many of the developers had a hard time wrapping their head around 
>> that.  It's almost like they expected the UI styling to be part of 
>> Cordova.
> 
> Speaking as a developer who recently started using Cordova, I would say
> not having a UI library merely adds to the load and increases the
> learning curve. I initially had looked at Titanium for that very reason.
> 
> I eventually came back to Cordova but ONLY because I found Ionic
> (ionicframework.com) which also integrates AngularJS quite nicely.
> 
> Having a resource that lists possible frameworks and/or combinations
> that work with/on top of Cordova would go a long way.
> 
> 
> -- 
> Aj.
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