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PhoneGap Day US 2014: Intel XDK - An IDE for Cordova by Jen Gray | 29 Jan 2015 | PhoneGap Blog, PhoneGap Day, Event, Community A big thanks to everyone who was able to make it to PhoneGap Day US. We'll be posting more videos from the conference so check back on our blog or Youtube channel. Our next session comes from Paul Fischer, Technical Consultant, Intel Corporation. The Intel® XDK HTML5 is a free mobile app development tool utilizing a collection of open-source technologies to simplify the hybrid mobile app development cycle. In this quick survey of the tool he will demonstrate: - Utilizing the Crosswalk... Read more...
Interactive Config Guide for PhoneGap/Cordova by Holly Schinsky | 28 Jan 2015 | PhoneGap Network One of the challenges we face as hybrid app developers is determining which configuration settings to use for any given app due to variances in operating systems and browser rendering engines across platforms. The config.xml file located in the root of your PhoneGap/Cordova apps when you create an app can have a variety of content […] Visit Holly's Blog
PhoneGap Day US 2014: Apache Cordova for Windows Store and Windows Phone Apps by Jen Gray | 27 Jan 2015 | PhoneGap Blog, PhoneGap Day, Event, Community Have you considered porting your existing Android or iOS PhoneGap/Cordova app to Windows Store and or Windows Phone? Cordova support for Windows devices is permanently improving with regular contributions from Microsoft Open Tech and other Microsoft teams, taking advantage of native support for HTML5/JavaScript development on the latest versions of Windows and Windows Phone. During this workshop we will show you what the state of the art is and point out what the potential challenges are for... Read more...
Hydration Now Available for Windows Phone 8 on Build by Ryan Willoughby | 27 Jan 2015 | PhoneGap Build Blog Good news, you can finally hydrate your Windows Phone 8 apps on PhoneGap build!Hydration will be particularly useful on the Windows Phone platform, as Windows Phone xap files can only be installed by using the Application Loader on a Windows machine, which is clearly a limitation of that platform. You’ll still have to do this for your first install of the application (and anytime you change your config.xml and require a new binary install), but during development of your web assets (HTML,... Read more...
PhoneGap Enterprise by Holly Schinsky | 23 Jan 2015 | PhoneGap Blog, PhoneGap Enterprise PhoneGap EnterpriseWhat is it?PhoneGap Enterprise is a new enterprise offering from Adobe providing the ability for both developers and marketers to easily create and manage their mobile enterprise apps.This new offering includes a viewer app that can be downloaded from the app stores (iOS and Android currently) and allows you to view your enterprise apps built using Adobe Experience Manager and the Adobe Marketing Cloud that are both under development and have been staged for publishing. The... Read more...
PhoneGap/Cordova Tip: Working with files under www and Android by Raymond Camden | 21 Jan 2015 | PhoneGap Network This is a topic that has come up a few times in comments recently but I wanted to post something a bit more explicit. First and foremost, you cannot use the File system APIs to work with files under the www folder. The docs for the File plugin incorrectly states that you have Read access […] Visit Raymond's Blog
PhoneGap Day US 2014: Advanced and God Mode Tracks by Jen Gray | 20 Jan 2015 | PhoneGap Blog, PhoneGap Day, Event, Community We had some incredible workshops at PhoneGap Day US 2014 with content to help those new to PhoneGap as well as seasoned veterans. The Advanced and God Mode tracks are brought to you by Holly Schinsky and Christophe Coenraets. Advanced Track: Learn how to architect large, complex, and native-like PhoneGap apps using HTML, JavaScript, and CSS. We will investigate mobile challenges and find solutions for them as well as learn all about Single Page Architecture, HTML templates, effective touch... Read more...
iOS 64-bit Support Now Available on PhoneGap Build by @brettrudd | 20 Jan 2015 | PhoneGap Build Blog Starting today iOS builds using PhoneGap 3.5.0 and above will now include the arm64 (64-bit) architecture as required by all new apps on the Apple App Store starting on February 1st, 2015.Arm64 support was added to cordova in 3.4.1 (see this blog post). As we skipped this minor version update on PhoneGap Build arm64 will be enabled for any app using PhoneGap 3.5.0 and above. So if you wish to submit your app to the Apple App Store you MUST build your application with PhoneGap 3.5.0 or... Read more...
PhoneGap CLI 4.2.0 by Michael Brooks | 14 Jan 2015 | PhoneGap Blog, Release, News The PhoneGap CLI 4.2.0 is now available for download!OS X or Linux$ npm install -g phonegapYou may need to use sudo npm install -g phonegapWindowsC:\> npm install -g phonegapThere’s been a lot of changes to both PhoneGap and the underlining Cordova engine, so let’s take a look!Platform VersionsWhen creating a new project, the default platform versions are now: Apache Cordova Amazon-FireOS 3.6.3 Apache Cordova Android 3.6.4 Apache Cordova BlackBerry10 3.7.0 Apache Cordova Browser... Read more...
PhoneGap Day US 2014: The New PhoneGap Developer Apps by Jen Gray | 14 Jan 2015 | PhoneGap Blog, PhoneGap Day, Event, Community A big thanks to everyone who was able to make it to PhoneGap Day US. We'll be posting more videos from the conference so check back on our blog or Youtube channel. In this session we'll take a look at the newest additions to the PhoneGap toolset, the PhoneGap Desktop App and the PhoneGap Developer App. Herm Wong, Adobe | @hermwong Tim Kim, Adobe | @timkim Read more...