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> I know that PerlMonks works fine in a smartphone browser but it is hard to use on a small screen.

Just use a nodelet hack (i.e. JS in the Free Nodelet) to check the user agent of your mobile browser. Then you can modify the CSS or change the UI with new controls running JS actions.

See Free nodelet hack: Auto-Fold threads in RAT for special browsers for an example.

No "App" needed, just HTML, CSS and JS. (My phone is neither iOS nor Android).

Cheers Rolf


In reply to Re: Perlmonks SmartPhone App [Nodelet Hack] by LanX
in thread Perlmonks SmartPhone App by perl.j

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