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Hi there... I know the difference between stateful and stateless and uniGUI works in stateful mode (hence sessions, etc),and is the core to it's technology. As Android dominates mobile apps and Apple declines in importance, the app stores fees and prices seems to be more and more unreal. And recently I read a post from neo4a about it and really worked in a webpage. See reference here and here. There are websites services dedicated to convert you webpage to a "PWA-ish". I think its almost impossible, hope I'm wrong but would it be possible to create a more modest uniGUI app stateless in the future ? Or just a new encapsulated project model in Expert Project Design in IDE as PWA (manifest, resources etc) ? Since recent Safari versions an IOs are "supporting" PWA there is a good opportunity for another uniGUI format in the near future. Don't you think ?
Hi All, I am working on a project that consists of a 'office' application that manages data that can be seen and edited in a 'mobile' app - I have used both Sencha and SenchaTouch. Now, all of my business logic is more or less done, and it is easy to make the office app look ok, as its a standard web application with grids and forms (as per delphi vcl really) So, I am now looking and making the mobile application look good and feel better. (The mobile application will mostly be used on a iPad, and sometimes used on a iPhone) So I need to make the menu work and look OK for both platforms. I am trying to implement something like the attached file. What would be the best way to go about this, as a starting point? I am currently using a TUnimList to create a list of menu items, that I can browse to. This works OK(ish), but the user experience would not be good. I know this is a very vague question, but I am struggling with inspiration and how to implement. I am using sencha-touch theme, it doesn't need to be fancy just functional. Any other ideas are welcome, perhaps even some screen shots of what you are working on? Thanks, Dan. **EDIT** - I am trying to achieve this using client side alignment
Downloaded UniGui to try out the Mobile ("Touch") demos. My Lenovo A6000 mobile is attached to my laptop and shows 'Android' in the dropdown for a multi-platform FireMonkey application. Whereas for UniGui only IOS and win 64 options are seen (no Android)? Is there something I am missing ?