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Subject: Re: [docbook-apps] DocBook mobile stylesheets


On Wed, Feb 27, 2013 at 7:13 PM, Jirka Kosek <jirka@kosek.cz> wrote:
On 27.2.2013 13:43, Xmplar wrote:
> Will the mobile stylesheets that Gihan Karunarathne created be
> integrated into an upcoming release? What stage of development are they at?
I used PhoneGap and JQueryMobile as tools for creating Android and iOS applications. the code base of PhoneGap was changed rapidly. So, I decided to independent DocBook mobile from PhoneGap. So, here is the documentaion for the DocBook mobile 
http://gihankarunarathne.github.com/DocBook-xsl-mobile/content/index.html (for online access)

The code is there:


From above link, you can access the code base. Also you can access it for github https://github.com/gihankarunarathne/DocBook-xsl-mobile-decouple. (I used git, because it's very much familiar to me.) 

However result hasn't been extensively tested and I had some troubles
using build on Windows. Also it depends on many other dependencies. If
you can try it yourself and provide some feedback -- it is working or
what is not working it would increase chances of putting into regular
I agree with Jirka. This application can deploy into several platforms not only for Android and iOS.
I tested it on Samsung Galaxy Nexus. And a little bit on Mac X-code simulator.
It's better if you can test it and give me some feed back, I can further improve it's performance.
Without installing SDKs on computer, you can build it from PhoneGap cloud service.

Thank you in advance !.
Gihan Chanuka Karunarathne
Department of Computer Science and Engineering
University of Moratuwa
Sri Lanka

Twitter: https://twitter.com/#!/gihanchanuka
LinkedIn: http://lk.linkedin.com/pub/gihan-karunarathne/25/ba3/993

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