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    WebWorks

    We'll use this for all things HTML5.




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    So here's a question, does my xml, css, html, and js have to be all in the same folder to package an app? I'm a bit OCD so I like having folders to seperate images and js and css

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    Yeah everything in one folder from my experience.

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    Nah, subfolders can be used to organise files as appropriate. Just make sure that your reference them properly.

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    What is the best way for a noob like me to implement javascript to a webworks app? Is there a cache of tutorials somewhere?

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    The question is - how much Javascript do you already know?

    All WebWorks really is is an appified web page - so as a noob, I'd probably try to create a basic page and test it in my browser first. Then, try it in the Ripple emulator.

    The emulator is pretty giid - so the business of packaging and testing on a physical device will come quite close to the end.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Jerde View Post
    What is the best way for a noob like me to implement javascript to a webworks app? Is there a cache of tutorials somewhere?
    w3schools.com is very useful for css and javascript

    regarding folders > yes you can put things in folders as long as it is reference properly.

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    Thanks fellas.

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