Also, based on the technology you are using it isn't an iPhone app, but instead a web app that you want to view on an iPhone. Even the Mac's emulator doesn't work that way. Or maybe it can, but I doubt it.
If you are developing a web application then then it is not necessary for you to use mac OS. Your web application will deployed in a server which may or may not be a mac machine. You can use any technology of your choice which you will use to develop a web application. However you should not use WML and Flash component as these are not supported in iPhone. To test you iPhone web application, open a safari brouser and then go to www.testiphone.com. It gives a near real experience. However if you have iPhone then you can deploy in the server and test it from the iPhone device itself.
Kris Dara wrote:Thank you very much Shahnawaz Shakil for your information.
Know I am using JSP with Sturts/Servlets for my Mobile web application.
Can it support in all mobiles other than IPhone?
If not support, what would be alternative?
Please suggest me.
Thanks and Regards
Are you building a Web App or are you building an iPhone App. Both are completely different. an iPhone App is only written in Objective-C on a mac with the SDK and their tools.
If you are building a Web App, it can be viewed on the iPhone, but through the browser, so you probably want to make the pages to look good on the iPhone then you have to write pages geared for the iPhone, meaning small and big sized fonts so you can see it. You can make them normal size, but the user will have to zoom in and most web pages just are tough to read on a mobile device. For Web apps Flash is not supported so you can't use Flash.
There was some Web apps that people wrote that look nice on an iPhone, but you have to Google to find out how to create those. Those were the apps that were created before Apple created and release the iPhone SDK