Mulberry: A toolkit for developing mobile applications using Javascript, HTML, CSS, and PhoneGap.
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README.md

Build Status

Supported Mobile Platforms

Mulberry currently supports the following mobile platforms:

  • iOS 4.x and above on iPhone and iPad
  • Android 2.2-2.3 Phone only (3.x-4.x tablet support on the way)
  • Mobile web on most webkit-based browsers

Compatibility

The Mulberry command line toolkit is supported on OSX 10.7 and up, but it will probably work on Ubuntu and it's possible to get it to work on Windows with some effort.

Installation

Make sure you have the dependencies installed:

  • Ruby 1.8.7 and up
  • RubyGems / Bundler
  • Java
  • curl

Download the latest release, or clone the repository into a directory of your choosing:

git clone git@github.com:Toura/mulberry.git

Install the Ruby dependencies:

bundle install (--without=test)

Add mulberry to your $PATH:

export PATH=$PATH:<mulberry directory>/cli/bin

This will let you use the development server and create mobile web apps. In order to compile apps for iOS or Android, you need to install Cordova 1.8.1 and either XCode or the Android SDK:

Using Mulberry

Read Getting Started.

Getting Support