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Building E-commerce Sites with VirtueMart Cookbook by John Horton

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Wrapping our site in an Android WebView

Now we get to the bit where we actually start making an app. The Android code that we will write is in the Java language. It will work on over 90 percent of Android devices.

What we will do in this recipe is, create a wrapper for our site content. So it will be like making a web browser app but a web browser app that only has our site in it. It will be fully compatible and testable and we will do so at the end of the recipe in the How it works... section.

As you will see, we will also change the browser look and feel to make it more app like than just browser like.

Getting ready

When we create our Android project in just a few moments we will be asked to define a few things to get started. This includes a name ...

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