PhoneGap Developer App 1.4.0 Releaseby Tim Kim | 26 Nov 2014 | PhoneGap Blog, App, News, Windows Phone, iOS, AndroidHey everyone, we’ve recently updated the PhoneGap Developer App to 1.4.0! This release updates the app with Cordova 4.0.0 and updates all of the official plugins to their latest release.What’s New updated to email@example.com updated to firstname.lastname@example.org updated to email@example.com updated to firstname.lastname@example.org updated to email@example.com updated to firstname.lastname@example.org updated to email@example.com updated to...Read more...
Early Access to My Next Book - Apache Cordova in Actionby Raymond Camden | 25 Nov 2014 | PhoneGap Network Hey - guess what? I'm working on a book. This time the publisher is Manning, and one of the cool things they do is allow early access to a book. You basically pay for it while it is being developed and you can provide feedback to help improve the text. Obviously you get corrected/new chapters as they come out as well. If this is appealing to you, you can head over to the book page now. "Apache Cordova in Action" will help readers learn how to use Apache Cordova. As you know, I'm an avid user...Visit Raymond's Blog
PhoneGap Day US 2014: Enterprise - Not Just a Dirty Word Anymoreby Jen Gray | 20 Nov 2014 | PhoneGap Blog, PhoneGap Day, Event, CommunityA 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. First up, we have Bruce Lefebvre, Computer Scientist at Adobe, introducing the Adobe Experience Manager and PhoneGap integration. Imagine being able to manage your application's lifecycle as well as understand how your app is performing from one single user interface? PhoneGap Enterprise gives you better insight into how users are...Read more...
Cordova's copy-from tipby Raymond Camden | 14 Nov 2014 | PhoneGap Network Yesterday I was proof-reading a blog post about an update to the PhoneGap CLI (which you should read - PhoneGap CLI 3.6.3) and I discovered something interesting. For a while now the Cordova CLI has had the ability to create a new project based on another. This is great because the default Cordova/PhoneGap application annoys the heck out of me. You can see this feature by typing cordova help create. Here is how the feature is documented: --copy-from|src= ... use custom www assets instead...Visit Raymond's Blog
PhoneGap CLI 3.6.3 Released with Significant Updatesby Holly Schinsky | 14 Nov 2014 | PhoneGap NetworkThe PhoneGap CLI has undergone some significant changes recently to realign better with Cordova and a new version 3.6.3 has just been released. These changes will help to alleviate previous deviations between the two. Some of these updates are behind the scenes and will not necessarily be apparent to developers but will allow new features […] Visit Holly's Blog
PhoneGap CLI 3.6.3by Michael Brooks | 13 Nov 2014 | PhoneGap Blog, ReleaseThe PhoneGap CLI has received a big update! It’s now aligned more closely with Cordova and supports all of Cordova’s features and commands. It also resolves a large number of inconsistencies and issues that emerged over the past year.As always, you can install the PhoneGap CLI with:# OS X / Linux $ sudo npm install -g phonegap # Windows C:\> npm install -g phonegapAnd you can update the PhoneGap CLI with:# OS X / Linux $ sudo npm update -g phonegap # Windows C:\> npm update -g...Read more...
Good post on Cordova, PhoneGap, and versioningby Raymond Camden | 10 Nov 2014 | PhoneGap Network This is from last week but it is still pretty important. Holly Schinsky wrote an excellent article about versioning and Cordova/PhoneGap. Things have gotten slightly more complex in this area and I strongly recommend reading her blog post. She really clears things up. Cordova/PhoneGap Version Confusion Visit Raymond's Blog
Cordova and Asset Downloadsby Raymond Camden | 07 Nov 2014 | PhoneGap Network A few weeks ago (before I thought it would be a good idea to fly to China for a few weeks and dramatically increase the size of my family), I blogged about how a Cordova application could handle downloading binary assets after release. (You can find the discussion here: Cordova and Large Asset Downloads - An Abstract.) I finally got around to completing the demo. Before I go any further, keep in mind that this demo was built to illustrate an example of the concept. It isn't necessarily meant...Visit Raymond's Blog