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Pythonistapro777 last edited by
Later on in the school year, we will be uploading python games/apps that we make using Django. I'm just creating this post to know whether or not anything I make with scenes, etc. on pythonista will be comparable with making it web-based on Django.
Teacher said I shouldn't get ahead of myself, but it's too late for that. :D
Thanks in advance!
Webmaster4o last edited by
Nope. It won't. Only (costly and complicated) way I can see it is if you get a developer license, compile your app with the project template, then compile it, and use a service that enables side loading from the Django page. This would mean that whenever someone on an iOS device visits the page, the app appears on their home screen. You don't want to go to this much trouble, trust me.
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