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  1.    #1  
    Hi,

    Can it be made an Installer for a palm Application,

    instead of Creating an IPK file to be install using the homebrew?

    What are my other options?

    Thanks..
  2. #2  
    umm, do you mean an ipk to hold a prc?

    Unless you plan on manually copying each file, ipk is best option
  3.    #3  
    What other options I got for making one installation to my app?
  4.    #4  
    If u know something?

    That also protect my source code of my application..

    let me know,

    Thanks..
  5. #5  
    Quote Originally Posted by b007 View Post
    If u know something?

    That also protect my source code of my application..

    let me know,

    Thanks..
    ipk is the primary form of app installation for the WebOS. There aren't any practical alternatives

    The best way to currently protect your coding is a javascript obfuscator, like the highly popular ShrinkSafe
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    Note from their own site however:

    Over the years, many people have attempted to "encrypt" or otherwise obfuscate JavaScript sent over the wire to browsers, and it never pans out. Why not? For starters, JavaScript (as implemented in browsers) is completely interpreted. This means that any further compilation beyond source transformations will not work everywhere, and the tool provides a "decryption" tool along with the "encrypted" or obfuscated source, the unencrypted version will be available at runtime for anyone with a debugger to see. For those tools that just transform source code by mangling variable names, it's even easier to revert their changes. Therefore, obfuscation and encryption aren't useful goals.

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