I am/have been building a web app and I am using AppPresser to add the necessary “wrapping” around my site to produce an “app” for the Apple App Store and the Google Play Store (in alpha testing presently). I have used Hype to create a document (actually, three copies thus far), where each contains different layout sizes. I could not use a “responsive” design approach (or I couldn’t figure out how to do it), so I created layouts for the most popular mobile device sizes: all iPhones (waiting on Cordova to update for iPhone X), and the most reasonable layout mix for Android (Samsung S5 through S8, for example).
Each exported slice is placed on its appropriate WordPress page. I then use AppPresser along with other code to determine the layout dimensions of the user’s device and thus, the Hype document for that specific page is loaded. In the past, I exported the entire Hype document and my AppPresser app would use that single page. The performance was not good, which either you or Jonathan recommended using slices to selectively load what was required.
Every time I make a change to the Hype document, my workflow after exporting the slices is quite involved, aka a monstrous pia. That’s why I asked about the OAM Widget by Slice. If that were possible, all I would have to do is to click on update for each OAM Widget and be done with it.
Not for public consumption (just a mechanism to engage in dialogue): https://telesis.wefoster-platform.co/
Scroll down to the demo. That’s your Hype document (my S5/S6/S7 slice, and the resolution is so-so). You can mess around with it if you like.
P.S. None of the videos on the page contain audio.