Getting Started with the MOBI Components

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 h3. Adding the MOBI Components to Your Application
 To configure your application to use the MOBI Components, complete the following steps:
 # Setup the ICEfaces core framework if you have not already done so by following the steps in [ICE:Getting Started], which pertain to using ICEfaces with any application.
 \\ \\
 # Add the MOBI Components *icefaces-mobi* to your application classpath.
 # Add the MOBI Components XML namespace to any pages you want to use MOBI Components on:
 {code:xml}<html ... xmlns:mobi="">{code}
 You are now ready to begin adding {{mobi:}} component tags to your page.
  {tip:title=Native Components}The MOBI Native components require the BridgeIt utility app. to be installed on the mobile device in order to function. The first time one of these components is used on a device they will automatically prompt the user to install the required app. from the app. store for that device.{tip}

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