Last post Jan 14, 2012 02:28 AM by Anindita.Basak
Jan 12, 2012 10:23 PM|keegan|LINK
I currently have a web application that will run on mobile tablets. We created a web application as we are a small company and this allows us to support 1 product to run on all devices.
One of my customers has asked if they can run the web application from an android device desconnected? This would mean I would need to install the web app on the device (Instead of the 1 off installation on the server).
Is this possible? Is there some type of mobile IIS for android?
I hoped to somehow install the published website on the android. And while disconnected store records in xml. Once the device is back online I will run a procedure to write the saved xml data into the database on the server.
Any thoughts would be great. I have only just started to investegate so no idea if its even possible.
My website is developed in asp.net framework 4, with a jquery front end.
Jan 13, 2012 02:49 AM|Mikesdotnetting|LINK
You should ask this question in an Android development forum.
Jan 14, 2012 02:28 AM|Anindita.Basak|LINK
PhoneGap is an open source tool which helps to accomplishment the goal just bridges the gap between device native fatures & mobile web features. Of course , it's possible in Android devices to store Web app locally in device's local storage & allow transactions
in WiFi or limited internet too. Store xml data in local HTML5 storage by offline storage/ session storage.
You need to install phonegap from www.phonegap.com in eclipse project & enable web application in android native appliation by it.
Details Steps :http://anindita9.wordpress.com/category/phonegap/