Android Web Platform

Android Web Platform

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For users
Android Web Platform lets you to have fresh applications, based in the web, so more social. As it is more extensible and easy than native programming, the interfaces will be prettier too.
With Android Web Platform you can add, edit and delete web applications to your Android device and manage if the apps can access your device or not.

For developers
Android Web Platform lets developers build powerful and extensible applications based on web technologies such as HTML5, CSS3 and Javascript.
AWP exposes the native API of the Android OS so you can access it from Javascript to make toasts, notifications... all of these are native! So the look n feel of your app is close to Android's
With these tools you can make also offline webapps, so the app only have to be downloaded one time.

Read more at androidwebplatform.com

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Recently changed in this version

Can manage webapps (add, remove and edit)
Can add webapps to homescreen
Can manage settings for webapps
It is stable
Provide basic native API for developers


Comments and ratings for Android Web Platform
  • (66 stars)

    by Shashank on 31/08/2011

    Not presentable. Does a hard refresh when the orientation changes and puts a little blank area causing an unwanted horizontal scroll.

  • (66 stars)

    by Jer on 06/04/2011

    Pretty handy. Come on, I figured it out in 2 minutes. Add webapps by url, then longpress homescreen, select shortcuts, then Android Web Platform

  • (66 stars)

    by Reuben on 19/03/2011

    Wack

  • (66 stars)

    by Raith on 14/03/2011

    is there ANY documentation for this? It's a nice idea but utterly pointless if not. The bettercodes project shows no activity. Where is the support?