Have you used PhoneGap?

by DJ Ksar » Wed, 29 Apr 2009 08:07:25 GMT


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 Was wondering if anybody here has used PhoneGap (http://
www.phonegap.com) before to build their Android app? Would love to
hear your thoughts on the product. I'm interviewing Andre Charland(CEO
and Co-Founder) and Joe Bowser (Android developer) of Nitobi (maker of
PhoneGap) tomorrow (April 29) at 9am pacific on the weekly MOTODEV
Android podcast at  http://blogtalkradio.com/motodev  Let me know when 
you can. Thanks.

Randy Ksar
randy.k...@gmail.com
 http://twitter.com/djksar 
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