View Poll Results: iPhone and Android support for Netremote?

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  • iPhone and Android support is needed and I would pay an upgrade fee for it

    34 70.83%
  • iPhone and Android support would be nice but not a killer for me

    10 20.83%
  • I don't think iPhone and Android support is needed

    4 8.33%
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Thread: NR needs iPhone and Android Support to Survive?

  1. #111
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    I have created a new thread specifically for Andre here. Please check there for updates and stuff.

    Thanks!

  2. #112
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    Default Touch IR+ for iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch

    Several people are using Touch IR+ successfully with Girder. Includes two-way communication, completely custom remote control interfaces, and much, much more. w ww.touch-ir.c om

  3. #113
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    I am going to ask a simple question as a user of girder and Netremote I would love to know when if ever should we expect official support for iphone/Android and/or A webserver designer.

    Thanks,
    Yonu

  4. #114
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    I am continuing development on my webserver based project, whose interface I have tested successfully on a variety of platforms including iOS and Android via browser. It is possible to enable web apps to run as native apps through a variety of tools such as Phonegap, so this is something that I also plan to explore in the future. Meanwhile, the PEAC platform also continues to mature.

    Cheers,
    Tim

  5. #115

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    Tim helped me :-) and on my site http://www.sdomotica.com you can see what is possibile with Girder, Ajax, JQplot, and Jquery Mobile.

    Next step is implement all with PhoneGap for improve the UI.

    Bye
    Sandro

  6. #116
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    thanks for the update tim any ideas on a alpha/beta release?

    pleifer that looks very good

  7. #117
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    No fixed plans, but I will continue to update this thread as I get closer.

    Cheers,
    Tim

  8. #118
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    Interesting article I stumbled across regarding native vs. HTML5 apps... http://www.infoworld.com/d/mobile-te...le-apps-171306

  9. #119
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    Lots of opinions on both sides of the debate. The author of that article is clearly not a developer, and has many misconceptions about HTML5. For instance, he says: "Gestures are also not supported, so navigating through rich HTML websites can be impossible." Browsers on multi-touch devices support various touch and swipe capabilities, and these features are commonly used in HTML5 apps. For instance, take a look at JQTouch (which features its own API for swipe detection): http://jqtouch.com/ You will see more and more HTML5 apps from many different vendors in the months to come, which are every bit as functional as native apps.

    Best,
    Tim
    Last edited by tmorten; September 14th, 2011 at 04:44 PM.

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