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gg4u last edited by
I thought to use onsen because it allows to use vanilla js.
I have already built a responsive web app visualising connected graphs.
The app is built using flask; I use the same index.html for all the routes, so I should be able to adjust to a single web page quite straightforwardly.
The front-end uses only GET APIs to visualise and expand connected graphs on demand - adding SVG elements.
The page makes use of jquery, hammerjs, materializecss and visualisation libraries.
The app is already working as a responsive web-site: I would like to avoid refactoring the code ( eventually wrap up everything as a “graph” component ) and ship it to mobile app stores as a free app asap, as first pilot test.
misterjunio Onsen UI last edited by
@gg4u I’m not sure what you mean by “without refactoring in components and templates”, do you have your 5k lines in one single file?
Anyway I’d suggest you use Monaca. You can use the CLI to start a minimum project, just open the command line and run
npm install -g monacafollowed by
monaca create "your_project_name"and select
Onsen UI V2 JS Minimum. From there you can just add your HTML and link to your JS files and libraries in the
Sorry if this is not what you’re looking for.