In the Hybrid App Designer, we bundle jQueryMobile as the User Interface (UI) framework. The UI framework in an app is how a developer builds the app. It includes building blocks like a table-view, which can then have a number of configurations to meet the developer’s use case. For instance, configuration ‘a’ sets each cell in the table to have a bold-face label, and a smaller detail text label. Config ‘b’ adds an icon to the left of each cell. Config ‘c’ adds a disclosure button to the right of each cell. And so on.
I wanted to show a few screenshots of some jQueryMobile-based hybrid apps we’ve developed in the Hybrid Web Container. These apps are connecting through SUP to enterprise data, can be managed and secured using the native functionality for SSO & authentication, and can be remotely provisioned on a role basis with the administrative tool.
Here, the jQueryMobile table view is combined with a button to launch an interactive webview to GoogleMaps that plots the current device location and the location of the customer.
Here, a stock check is displayed in a table view, with a numeric indicator of the quantity, and a bar chart indicating quantity vs. target.