jPint: Web-Based iPhone Development

The idea behind jPint is to create a set of libraries that allows web developers to build sites that look and feel as much like native iPhone apps as possible.

jPint renders in Safari and Firefox as a regular web page, making it easier to build and test. The current version (0.7) is the first public release. It looks like development has stopped since the site mentions they were supposed to release v1.0 in 2008. Still, it’s a cool little proof of concept that may come in handy to some folks.

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Demo here

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About S. Santos

I am a tech columnist and blogger by trade, but I'm also an avid tennis player. In my spare time, I enjoy reviewing gadgets and gizmos from the world of tech. A lot has changed in the field since I started out as a writer back in 2009, so it's always exciting to keep up with all that's new. To me, there's nothing quite like getting my hands on a brand-new gadget or piece of software for the first time -- it's like Christmas morning every day!

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