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By dlamotta
via emitrom.com
Published: Jul 15 2013 / 01:10

This blog post shows you how you can take a very simple Lienzo-based app (Lienzo is a retained-mode Java graphics toolkit that targets HTML5's canvas) and run it natively on the iOS simulator. The sequence of steps is extremely simple, which aims to demonstrate how trivial it is to take an application written using Java, "compile" it to JS using GWT, and then deploy it to the device. The non-trivial parts are taken care for you, and come in the form of 2 Jar files (one for Lienzo and one for Titanium4j). Titanium4j offers an arguably simpler approach to Pilot (Emitrom's Apache Cordova binding) to run an HTML5 app natively on the device.
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