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  1. I Am Creating A iOS WebApp [ StandAlone] Which Looks Like A iOS Application The Only Difference That It Written In HtmlAnd JavascriptWhen You Go To A Website and click on add to home screen it creates an icon with the site content [webclip] i have created a website and i need help with one little detail i found that script in my site it permit all links to open in the webapp i was trying to make the links open in safari but when i manage to do that, the navigation menu doesn't work could any one help me please ?heres the code Detect if iOS WebApp Engaged and permit navigation without deploying Safari (function(a,b,c){if(c in b&&b[c]){var d,e=a.location,f=/^(a|html)$/i;a.addEventListener("click",function(a){d=a.target;while(!f.test(d.nodeName))d=d.parentNode;"href"in d&&(d.href.indexOf("http")||~d.href.indexOf(e.host))&&(a.preventDefault(),e.href=d.href)},!1)}})(document,window.navigator,"standalone") i need to open the links in safari rather than the webapp thats it
  2. I am a computer science student in my senior year at my local university. I recently was hired on as an intern to create a mobile web application. The mobile web application is very simple; it needs to interface with a data base to both give a full data base view for an administrator and for end users to fill out a simple survey. I have never done anything in web development before, so I did a little research and the tools that kept coming up where html, css, java script, and php. However, I also ran into other tools with different applications, like AJAX with Jquery, HTML5, and micrsofts asp.net. I have a basic understanding of html and css, but I haven't committed to a development platform yet. I wanted some advice on which one to choose, based on the following criteria: 1) I want to develop a website that is device neutral. So I want it to work well on both desktops and mobile devices. 2) No one knows the future, but I would like to use the development platform that is likely to become or remain the standard in the future. 3) It needs to be available as a part of a standard server platform for a typical web host 4) It needs to be able to dynamically generate web content and interface with an SQL data base. I would really appreciate some advice, input, ect. I don't know if I will pursue a career in web development, but sense I already have to learn at least one development platform, I figure I might as well learn the right one. Thank you for any advice and input.
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