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Why, do you like hitting yourself on the head with a hammer? Unless you have no control of the server, you're just making things more difficult for yourself.before a page loads, it'll request JSONP data from
Well, that's having the cart pull the horse!1. avoid getting rejected by the app store as just a website with a native app wrapper; hence the part with retrieving JSON data versus HTML pages
It's a valid point.2. have the ability to update the data on the server-side and then the app should reflect the latest and greatest data without needing to release a new update to the app
That will help you show that it is not simply a wrapper around the website. This is a more important criteria than content appearance. However, it still is helpful if the data is stored locally and doesn't require the Internet for access.and maybe have the ability to use geolocation, camera, or photo gallery
It has appropriate uses. The more complex the local logic in the app, the more likely I am to use Rhodes over PhoneGap.I'm guessing you are not a follower of the PhoneGap religion as well then