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iPhone JavaScript Cookbook by Arturo Fernandez Montoro

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Viewing applications in full screen

Obviously, web applications were designed to be viewed with a web browser. Keep in mind that we're developing non-native applications to look and feel like native applications, by using our knowledge of web technologies, such as HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. But we need a web browser for displaying these applications. In fact, we're using the Safari Mobile browser provided by the different devices. The problem is that this browser displays our web application like other conventional web pages. This means that the browser is displaying a URL bar at the bottom. But we don't want this effect. We need our application to be displayed in full screen as native applications. You'll learn how to get full screen mode after ...

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