LearnBuild a native app with CSS

Treehouse
writes on October 11, 2011

A service called Mouin makes it simple to build a native app using your existing website. Now to be fair not sure how many have this need but it’s worth a look. If you would like to build a native app using an existing website and all you know is HTML/CSS then this is a good tool for you. With a few changes to your HTML/CSS you can have native apps in iOS, Android, Blackberry and Symbian. From Mouin’s website it looks like the app can only present information and not have any interactive features.

3 Responses to “Build a native app with CSS”

  1. Anonymous on October 21, 2011 at 9:36 pm said:

    Quite interesting. I think this can work well as an added functionality in mobile browsing where websites being viewed can offered to be downloaded as an app into the user’s mobile for content digestion later on. This can work well for dynamic sections of the website such as the blog or news page. Cool way to remain engaged to a viewer who could in a short while very much forget a web address, but having an app on the dashboard will be quite helpful. 

  2. I have a lot of css on the top of my profile and a specific app (Street Racing) hides behind it so I want to move it down.
    http://in.answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20110819035644AA8qMZ6
     

  3. Anonymous on October 12, 2011 at 2:23 pm said:

    I just visited that site. This can really help me in coding native apps in iOS, Android, Blackberry and Symbian. Wonderful share 🙂

    http://tryauravie.net/

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