Well I’ve read the #browser_support section (I am not that lazy) and I am not talking about desktop at all. I am talking solely about mobile browsers. To clarify things my definition of mobile web app (taken from http://www.smashingmagazine.com/2011/07/19/create-an-html-and-css-mobile-web-app-using-sencha-touch/)
A mobile Web app is an app that you access via a mobile browser (such as iPhone’s Safari). It is not a static mobile website. It is designed to work like a native app, but it is not accessible via the App Store or Android Marketplace. You pull it up right from the browser.
What I make out of the browser support page, is that since ionic is being tested on Web View API per platform and since each platform’s browser never lacks features compared to a Web View (excluding native ofc), I guess it should work on each platform’s official browser right? But no support for Chrome on iOS for example.
You see, ionic was simpler to setup and use than other frameworks that supposedly aim for mobile web apps, so I was tempted to think about making a mobile site by stripping the native features of a hybrid app, or at least invest in the same technology .
Anyway, I understand there is no official support for something like that yet, just wanted your input.
Thanks and keep up the awesome job.