ChocolateChip-UI is ChUI (pronounced 'Chewy')
If you need to support iOS 4 or an Android version before 4.0, you can still get the older versions of ChocolateChip-UI from the downloads page.
Some of the Possible Layouts and Controls
You can use the Android version of ChocolateChip-UI to create apps sporting the look and feel of Android 4.0. This provides the dark Holo theme. Click the Android link in the top menu bar to learn how to use and customize it.
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Just the basics
ChocolateChip is designed for mobile devices using Webkit-based browsers. Because of this, you can use any Webkit-based browser on the desktop during development. This includes Google Chrome and Apple Safari. ChocolateChip-UI provides a certain level of desktop compatiblity for testing purposes. You can also use emulators. Ultimately you'll want to test on actual devices as there are subtle differences in how desktop browsers and emulators render or react.