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I've built a Mobile SDK hybrid remote application.  Now I want to call out to another app on the same mobile device via a URL, which will callback into my app when it is finished. Is there a function in the Mobile SDK that provides that for me?
Most libraries used in IOS development today are distributed as a source you can grab from github if you want to make your life hard, and then a cocoapod.
Cocoapods - as seen on cocoapods.org are a way of handing the dependancies, libraries, build path changes, header lookups, and all the other details of integrating a library automatically.

Can you package the IOS SDK as a pod? (dependant on FMDB, SQLCipher, and MKNetworkKit, of course)?
You could even keep the pieces as sub-pods, and have your demo app as something where you already did pod install, and the whole project is in git.
I've watched the Salesforce1 keynote video, and got that it's possible to make a salesforce mobile app independent...that is to say, not just to show an entry of my app in the menu, but to create a different button on the phone screen, and if the button is tapped, go directly to open my app.

Could someone please tell me if this is possible? If it is, how to do it?

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