Give your game a native-like feel without using a wrapper or building an app artifact.

Posted on 12th May 2021. Follow @phaser_ and get the Phaser World newsletter.


Tommy Leung from Ourcade writes: "For an HTML5 game to have a full native experience you'll need a wrapper like Capacitor. But there's another option if your game is playable from a URL or you want a quick way to test without building for native. This article shows you how to add native-like trimmings to your web game.

You can give your HTML5 game developed with a framework like Phaser native-like trimmings on mobile without using a wrapper like PhoneGap, Cordova, or Capacitor.

For access to native APIs unsupported by the browser or deployment to the App Store, you will still require one of the wrappers above.

But if you just want the general look and feel or a quick way to test how your game would look natively without going through the entire build process then there is another way."

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