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You can either create Desktop Pages and Mobile Pages within the same application - with their own navigation and such, but they can share the PL/SQL code, Application Processes, LOV's and other Shared Components
Create an application using the new Responsive Web Design theme. That one renders differently depending on the screen size of your browser....
Thanks Roel. I was hoping the same app (on set of pages and navigations) can work on both but it seems that I was hoping for too much.. I am sure this will be doable some day in APEX.
Yes I already tried theme 25 and it looks kind of between Desktop and Mobile, it does not render 100% similar to how to renders on Mobile using the mobile theme...
It surely doesn't render the same as a "real" Mobile application. A jQuery Mobile based application uses the (different) jQuery Mobile CSS (look and feel). But again, you can reuse the Shared Components (and all the database stuff) in both Desktop and Mobile application when you have to create two totally different looking apps (with the same - or similar - functionality).1 person found this helpful