Just wondering if it is possible to create an HTML5 App for the Amazon App store? I can't seem to find anything relating to being able to transfer the HTML5 code into the Android SDK. Do I have to create an app in the Android SDK or do I have to use it via the Silk Browser?
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After checking it out, I'm still unsure how I'd go around making the app for Android on PhoneGap and then getting it onto the Amazon App Store. Or is it a means of creating the app in the way set out by PhoneGap but not submitting it to them and then putting it onto the AAS
Gordon, I had similar questions as I got started (Oct 2013) with Html5 apps for the Amazon App store. Following this thread might give additional insight.
https://forums.developer.amazon.com/forums/thread.jspa?threadID=1566&tstart=0 Thread: Kindle Fire HD7 - Favorites icon launch for Html5 app instance Amazon Mobile App Distribution Home » Forums » Kindle Fire » Getting Started I'm guessing you are at the development-testing stage. Deploy your content to the 'active' server (not localhost) that will host your code. This part is required while active at the App-Store. Run the web-app tester  as a separate process. Cut-n-Paste your deployed host server web page Url into the web-app tester  and press 'Save' Then launch your app form inside the web-app tester to view and test. Submit as explained via links at . 
Hi Gordon, You can not publish a hybrid app (using Phonegap) as "Web App" in Amazon App Store. Instead if you have an app purely written in HTML that you can publish through App Store. We launch a native app having chromium web view and launch the pages of the app in it. So the app what are written on top of framework like Phone gap can not be made as web app. Instead you should submit it to us as an Android app. Similar post :