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K. Lar

It would have been better if it were Amazon Store credit :)

R

Wouldn't extend to HTML5 mobile apps by chance, would it? I'm writing a webpage that'll be open-source for maintaining a static blog/site on S3 from an Android tablet (generating signatures in JS), and could use a $50 AWS credit as much as the next guy, of course. And if Kindle Cloud Reader's an app, HTML5 pages can be apps, right? :)

I suppose the rub is that there's no Appstore-like submission process for HTML5 apps. Wrapping a page in an Android web view might do if I learned how to do such a thing.

krishna

Hey R ...below is the code to add your webapp url into webview of android. hope it helps u.

WebView webview = new WebView(this);
setContentView(webview);
webview.loadUrl("http://yourwebappurl.com");

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