What is PhoneGap?
PhoneGap is 100% open source, and also goes by the Apache name “Cordova”. You can read more about Apache Cordova project status at: http://incubator.apache.org/projects/callback.html
PhoneGap can be used to build applications that target multiple platforms, including Apple iOS, Google Android, Windows Phone, BlackBerry, HP WebOS, Symbian, and Bada.
You can read more about the supported platforms and their supported features at http://phonegap.com/about/features
How does a PhoneGap application typically look?
Since the UI rendering engine is the mobile device’s web browser, PhoneGap applications can literally look like anything. You can use standard HTML & CSS to make it look like a normal web page, you can use a UI framework like jQuery UI, Kendo UI, Sencha, Twitter Bootstrap, orSkeleton (or any other HTML/CSS/JS user interface framework). You can also use CSS styles/themes to make your web content look like native apps, such as iUI to mimic iOS or Android, or bbUI to mimic BlackBerry.
PhoneGap applications can use pinch/zoom gestures to zoom in & out, or you can lock the viewport scale using the viewport metadata tag. You can have the page scroll using normal browser behaviors, or you can use a library like iScroll to enable touch-based scrolling of specific container elements.
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