Where to get Team Mobile Application

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  1. Fajar
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    Posted 23 Mar 2012 Link to this post

    During webinar, there is a Team application using kendoui mobile. Is the app available to see live now?

    Thank you,
  2. Petyo
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    Posted 26 Mar 2012 Link to this post

    Hello,

    As mentioned in this blog post, the source and live demo will be available after the DevConnections conference next week.
     
    All the best,
    Petyo
    the Telerik team
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  4. Todd Anglin
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    Posted 09 May 2012 Link to this post

    Hello Fajar-

    As an update, the TeamThing demo application is now available for you to try and review. You can learn more in this blog post:
    http://www.kendoui.com/blogs/teamblog/posts/12-05-08/teamthing_a_html5_mobile_app_demo.aspx

    Sorry for the delay getting this published!
    -Todd
  5. Swarup
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    Posted 09 May 2012 Link to this post

    Hi All,

    i want to have an android app using Kendo UI..but i do not understand where to start from. As android apps are written in java and how to get hold  the kendo UI with the java source code.I am compleatly blank on it..i would appreciate if anyone can give information about using this ....
  6. Todd Anglin
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    Posted 09 May 2012 Link to this post

    Hello Swarup-

    Kendo UI Mobile helps you build "hybrid apps" for devices like Android, iOS, and BlackBerry. It leverages HTML5 and JavaScript instead of native SDKs like Java and Objective-C to help you build apps that can run on all platforms. It's the fastest way to build mobile apps that reach the widest mobile audience.

    In your case, if you're building for Android, you will simply construct an application with Kendo UI Mobile, and when that app is used on Android (via an Android browser OR packaged with a tool like PhoneGap and deployed through the Android Marketplace) users will get a native-like experience (powered by HTML and JavaScript...not Java).

    Hope that helps. If you have any questions, let us know.

    -Todd

  7. Swarup
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    Posted 10 May 2012 Link to this post

    Hi Todd,

    Thanks for all the information you have given.It helped me a lot to understand the Kendo UI clearly.However,i have got some Questions.

    1.If i am developing an application how to test in the android emulator.
    2.Is there any specific guideline to follow the "how to use kendo UI "files for developing an app.

    I would appreciate if you can give any specific kendo ui app,which i can run and see it in my android device.It would be great if some documents giving step by step guide to describe the method of developing webapp in android..it would be helpful for all the new users like me.

    Thanks,
    Swarup
  8. Swarup
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    Posted 18 May 2012 Link to this post

    Hi Todd,

    i have got one more confusion..if i am thinking of developing a native app  in ios using kendo UI,can it be possible.If it is yes then i would definitely want to know how i should proceed to get this done.

    Thanks,
    Swarup
  9. Todd Anglin
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    Posted 21 May 2012 Link to this post

    No problem, Swarup. We're happy to help.

    If you are asking about "native SDK" apps, as in apps for iOS built with Objective-C and UIKit, then no. You cannot use Kendo UI to build native SDK apps. Kendo UI is specifically designed to help you leverage the power of HTML5, JavaScript, and CSS to build mobile apps that can quickly target iOS, Android, and other Webkit platforms.

    You can, however, use tools like Cordova (formerly PhoneGap) to access device capabilities (like the camera) in an HTML5 app. These so called "hybrid" apps help make HTML5 even more powerful.

    Hope this all helps. Refer to the blog post I shared with Fajar in this thread to see an app built with Kendo UI Mobile that you can test on your Android or iOS device.

    -Todd
  10. Swarup
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    Posted 21 May 2012 Link to this post

    Hi Todd,

    Thanks a lot to help me in understanding Kendo UI more and more.Now i would like to summarize what i have understood from this entire conversation.
    1.Kendo UI is using html,javascript and css for building webapp which will give a native look in the different devices with different operating systems.
    2.to leverage the native feture of an operating we need to use  "coredova" for that.

    Now my question is
    1. "if i am building an app and want to test it in device rather than seeing it in my desktop browser,then what should i do"i am asking this as i am entirely new to mobileapp as well as web app development.

  11. Todd Anglin
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    Posted 21 May 2012 Link to this post

    You've got it!

    To test on the mobile device, you can either:

    A) Open your app in a mobile web browser (by navigating to the URL where your app is hosted). This is probably the most common approach as it's no different from navigating to a webpage in your mobile browser.

    B) If you do choose to use a tool like Cordova, then following the instructions provided on the Cordova website, you can build and test your app as a "native app" on the device. Your app is still HTML/JS, but Cordova provides a "native shell" that your app will run in on the device. (Again, if this path interests you, the best next step is to follow the tutorials on the Cordova website.)

    Assuming you opt for the simpler path, just point your mobile device browser at your HTML page with Kendo UI Mobile (i.e. http://www.yourdomain.com/mobile/index.html) and have fun!

    -Todd
  12. Swarup
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    Posted 21 May 2012 Link to this post

    i want to have an input box in my app where the user will give an input and based on that input, it will give some result from a database which will be connected using PHP.I can do it using HTML.I wonder how to use kendo UI here.
    can you please help me on this.

    Thanks,
    Swarup
  13. Todd Anglin
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    Posted 21 May 2012 Link to this post

    Really, Kendo UI won't change much about your basic scenario.

    I'd suggest you start with simple HTML. Get your basic form working with your PHP code on your device.

    Next, you can use Kendo UI to provide a much richer UI experience. Kendo UI could help you in these ways:

    - Templates can help you provide richer formatting
    - Data Source can help you bind UI elements to JSON data from your PHP server
    - Kendo UI Mobile can help transform your HTML in a native looking mobile app experience
    - Validation can help ensure users input the kind of data you're after

    You can also look at the TeamThing demo (listed previously) and examine how we're connecting the HTML/JS in that app to data on a server. It should provide some useful pointers.

    I suggest you get the basics going and then let's see how Kendo UI can make the experience better. You'll also probably want to start a new forum thread(s) for new questions you come-up with so that we don't "overload" the original purpose of this thread. Hope that helps for now.

    -Todd
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