13 thoughts on “HTML5 Web App Part 2 | Making it run like a web app

  1. Dude you are the best. I actually found your site by mistake. I loooove your stuff man. One thing just want to ask. Is it possible to develop stuff like that without a macbook?.

    1. Thank you very much! Yes you can do these things on a windows computer. The only difference is you dont’ have the IOS simulator. However, when coding with html if you use the chrome browser it will simulate it in the exact same way. You can also download safari for windows from apple, once you do that you can change it to run as if it was an iphone. I’ll do a screencast for you on this.

  2. Hello,
    I have found your tutorials excellent. I’m a young developer, I can’t work because I’m hill (cancer). But I have 48 years and I can tell you that is not easy to study javascript and html5.
    I have two questions and I hope that you can give a solution.
    First regarding the status image I would like to put a timeline that mean for example that this status image stay 5 seconds or more.
    Second questions regarding the swipe function. I have three div and I want to swipe left or right to see the content. The size of the div is the size of the screen of the iphone.
    I hope you can help me.
    Best regards.
    François David

  3. Hello;
    I have Win 7 and Desktop iPhone Simulator.. but it is not showing the effects (i tried both part 1 and part 2 videos ), also it does not supports multitouch.. i noticed you are working with Mac and iOS ..what Simulator/Emulator I can have to see the things working.

    BTW, I am a web developer, works with Microsoft technologies.

    Thanks in advance

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