Don’t be confused with Json, it’s not a language but a protocol to follow. Json is just a format accepted as writing a letter with ‘Words’. All you have to do is use the ‘wrapper’ code in Jasonelle, and some mandatory lines. Seven lines of action and you have your ‘wrapper’ ready to be used.
Obviously, you need to install Xcode (Apple) and Android compiler, to compile Jasonelle main file and send it to the respective stores. The 7-lines json file can be hosted on the Bubble server. So at the iOS and Android compilation, you have to give the Bubble URL for the program to execute the commands of your tiny json file. Very simple.
Before sending to all stores, you can locally install and test your mobile app on your phone. Just don’t worry with tons of native Jasonette core commands (not now). Concentrate only on the wrapper and minimum portion of the json file and you’re set!