The app is open-source. Source code is available at http://www.gwtmobile.com
GWT Mobile PhoneGap Showcase has implemented the following PhoneGap functions:
Accelerometer: Tap into the device's motion sensor.
Camera: Capture a photo using the device's camera.
Capture: Provides access to the audio, image, and video capture capabilities of the device.
Compass: Obtain the direction that the device is pointing.
Contacts: Work with the device's contact database.
Device: Gather device specific information.
Geolocation: Make your application location aware.
Media: Record and play back audio files.
Network: Quickly check the network state.
Notification: Visual, audible, and tactile device notifications.
Storage: Provides access to the devices storage options.
Plugins: Child Browser
Note: the Database storage function is not currently wrapped, as webkit browsers all support database now. This function may become useful when PhoneGap works on Windows Mobile 7 phone, which does not have in-browser database support.
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