I have used click to edit fields for a html5 application which makes it slick to use on a desktop but I am not sure how the click-to-edit fields would be perceived by mobile users. Would it be appropriate to use click-to-edit fields for a mobile application?
P.S. :To clarify, by click-to-edit, I mean fields that are displayed as text (with some visual clues to indicate they are editable). When clicked, the text changes to an input field and reverts back to text after the user is done making changes and focusses out.
See this fiddle here for examples : JS FIDDLE WITH EXAMPLES OF CLICK-TO-EDIT FIELDS