I spent hours to find out how to do it. And believe me or not, I found nothing on the internet about how to solve it. So I wrote my own solution. It appear that there is a very simple way to achieve this. After the event deviceready has been triggered (as described on the PhoneGap’s API Docs), all you have to do is: When the deviceready event is being triggered, it tell us that all native components are loaded and are ready to use. Which means, that there is no way to determine whether the page was loaded from PhoneGap or not, using the PhoneGap plugin itself. You can always test against browser’s User Agent, but it isn’t a good verification, because it is always possible to open this same page through mobile’s browser, that have the same User Agent as the one that has been loaded from PhoneGap.…
As you know or don’t know, all my work (especially programming) is done from a laptop running Linux OS, or to be more specific, Fedora.
Except from programming, I’m also using Adobe products like Photoshop, Fireworks and more to design and style photos, picture and images.
As I know for now, there is no standard way to run Adobe products from Linux but only from Windows or Mac OS X.
On Linux there is also pretty nice Photoshop-like application called GIMP, but it is not rich with features and user-experience like Photoshop. And what about the rest Adobe products except Photoshop, is there an alternative applications on Linux? I didn’t find any.