On Tue, Feb 05, 2013 at 11:42:06AM +0000, Martyn Taylor wrote:
On 02/04/2013 08:28 AM, Martin Povolny wrote:
>On Fri, Feb 01, 2013 at 03:02:18PM +0000, Martyn Taylor wrote:
>>On 02/01/2013 02:50 PM, Martin Povolny wrote:
>>>Also there are things such as Sencha Touch and other mobile web
>>>frameworks that can be used w/o reinventing the wheel.
>>Thing like Sencha Touch and JQuery mobile offer libraries for creating
>>standard elements and mobile type pages using js and html5. converge ui is
>>more about creating a uniform style and look and feel across projects such
>>as katello and conductor and builds on top of things like standard jquery.
>Sorry Martyn but what you are writing is simply not true.
>Sencha Touch  and JQuery mobile  are libraries that provide
>(beside other benefits) a set of mobile-optimised components --
>optimized and tested on/for small devices.
I can not see how what you suggested and what I said is different. My point
is that Converge-UI stemmed from the need to create a consistent look and
feel across Aeolus projects, having this extend to mobile applications imo
would be useful. It could well be that the best approach to implement this
is to create a theme or something else that utilizes the two libraries you
suggest or do what Jaromir suggested and use responsive web design, the
point is that simply using one of these libraries is not going to solve the
Sorry Martyn did not mean to offend you.
But I think that the difference between:
"Sencha Touch and JQuery mobile offer libraries for creating standard elements"
"Sencha Touch and JQuery mobile provide libraries of standard elements".
is months or years of work. And my only intention was to point out this
Sorry again for giving you the feeling of being insulted.
Martin Povolny <mpovolny(a)redhat.com>