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it happens that Apple updates their requirements :)
We are working on this, but at the moment it is only a warning and will not prevent you from submitting the app to the app store.
There's not a mouse over event, since we try to use events that are always available on mobile devices.
Anyway, you can use CSS classes to obtain the same effect.
I would not call them problems, but changes. The new Android app now shares the same codebase of the iOS app, so while the previous one had a completely different UI and behavior, the new one shares the same UI of the iOS one. So:
it seems that your question contains the answer! :)
Just use an iframe inside a smart object!
Hello Julyanna, PubCoder 3.6.1 fixes these issues. Thanks for reporting!
Hello Julyanna, seems to be a problem with PubCoder and/or google fonts / the noun project. Will look into this.
hello john, will look into this
Hello John, PubCoder 3.5.5, released yesterday, should fix this issue.
Please let me know is local storage works correctly when generating your app with the latest update of PubCoder.
PubCoder-built apps run on Android 4.4 or later. At the moment, there's no way to modify the minimum Android requirement.
take a look at how the audio object itself is exported in pubcoder:
Just replace the value of the src attribute with the URL to your remote audio file and put the code inside a smart object.