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MacGap which is used by Gnoga for native Mac apps makes use of WebViews which is a standard feature that is available when developing native OS X apps within XCode. The API that is added is also based on official API’s provided by Apple. Therefore there are no dirty hacks, no embedded chrome browser or anything that would stand in your way for Mac App Store submission.
Note: The index.html page can be used to display some sort of “loading” message if desired, although usually loading is instant. 5. From the deps directory run - open MacGap2/MG.xcodeproj/ 6. Build as you would any native Mac OS X application for XCode
There is extensive support for native Mac OS X functionality via the MacGap binding. See Gnoga.Gui.Plugin.MacGap