from other tests I saw that it works in this way:
a) with WiFi on, run RhoElements
b) point to the url of the web application and it is put in the cache
c) turn off WiFi
d) point again to the cached URL and it works
When it doesn't work is when you exit from RhoElements and then run it again.
If I run RhoElements again the ApplicationCache database is "reset" to its initial state.
This behaviour should be set in the Config.xml file, to my opinion.
The application cache being reset has been reported as an issue, This has now been addressed and will be available in the next release later this month.
We've been toying around with App Caching on Rhoelements and have had some success. What we are not getting right is the Fallback section. Regardless of what we specify here, the page served up by the <BadLinkURI> is always displayed when we are offline. Does this mean that this Rhoelement feature trumps that of HTML5 or are we doing something wrong? We tried several approaches, having an Error.html page that we marked as cacheable on our remote server, aswell as trying to have this page local to the device.
Any advise is appreciated.