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PhoneGap 6.0.0 Now Available on Build by Ryan Willoughby | 09 Feb 2016 | PhoneGap Build Blog PhoneGap 6.0.0 is now available on PhoneGap Build! To use it, add the following to your config.xml:<preference name="phonegap-version" value="cli-6.0.0" />This update includes major version increments on all 3 platforms, including moving from the deprecated cordova-wp8 to cordova-windows. It includes the following individual platform releases: iOS: 4.0.1 Android: 5.1.0 Windows: 4.3.0 More info on the changes in each platform:iOS Shazron Abdullah’s iOS 4.0.0... Read more...
config.xml gets an update - part 2 !!!!!! by @brettrudd | 19 Nov 2015 | PhoneGap Build Blog PLEASE NOTE NEW INFO BELOW ABOUT THE PLUGIN AND CONFIG-FILE ELEMENTS !!!The plugin changes will be deployed November, 20th 2015 at 1:00 PM PST.Hey folks, starting today some of you found out config.xml on PhoneGap Build got an update. For most users this will have no change. But for some users who use the Cordova cli you will find your workflow just got easier.Basically we have allowed Cordova cli config.xml to be used on build. As those familiar with the newer versions of the the Cordova cli... Read more...
config.xml gets an update by @brettrudd | 17 Nov 2015 | PhoneGap Build Blog Hey folks, starting today some of you found out config.xml on PhoneGap Build got an update. For most users this will have no change. But for some users who use the Cordova cli you will find your workflow just got easier.Basically we have allowed Cordova cli config.xml to be used on build. As those familiar with the newer versions of the the Cordova cli will know config.xml now supports platform specific preferences, splash screens and icons. So now PhoneGap Build does to!Platform tagThe... Read more...
Android Builds Now Using Gradle By Default by @brettrudd | 28 Sep 2015 | PhoneGap Build Blog All android builds using any PhoneGap version above 4.0.0 will now use Gradle by default. For most users this change will not have an effect. Users who know what this change means and realise the flexibility it provides to plugin authors and users will most likely dance.RationaleThe main reasons behind changing the default build tool is: user feedback plugins depending on gradle are failing on PhoneGap Build gradle offers more flexibility and options for plugin authors and users the local... Read more...
PhoneGap 5.2.0 Now Available on Build by Ryan Willoughby | 23 Sep 2015 | PhoneGap Build Blog PhoneGap 5.2.0 is now available on PhoneGap Build! To use it, add the following to your config.xml:<preference name="phonegap-version" value="cli-5.2.0" />This version uses the following individual platform releases: iOS: 3.9.1 Android: 4.1.1 Winphone8: 3.8.1 Also make sure your third party plugins all are up-to-date, and that your core plugins are being sourced from NPM, like so:<gap:plugin name="cordova-plugin-camera" source="npm" />If... Read more...
Deprecation of Public Plugins on PhoneGap Build by Ryan Willoughby | 04 Sep 2015 | PhoneGap Build Blog Don’t panic! A few months ago we announced support for building with Cordova plugins from the npm repository, and have since been encouraging plugin developers to publish plugins there instead of on Build. We’ve now disabled submission of public plugins to Build; they must be published to the npm repository. Users can still continue to build with all of the existing plugins in the PhoneGap Build repository, but any new plugins, or new versions of existing plugins, must be published to npm.... Read more...
Cordova 5.1.1 Now on PhoneGap Build by Ryan Willoughby | 16 Jun 2015 | PhoneGap Build Blog We’re happy to let you know that we’ve updated PhoneGap for iOS, Android, and Windows Phone on PhoneGap Build. The latest version can be used by setting the following in your config.xml:<preference name='phonegap-version' value='cli-5.1.1' />This will build your PhoneGap app with the following individual platform versions (links to version release notes): Cordova Android 4.0.2 Cordova iOS 3.8.0 Cordova WP8 (Windows Phone 8) 3.8.1 Why the new (somewhat confusing)... Read more...
npm Plugins Are Now on PhoneGap Build! by @brettrudd | 26 May 2015 | PhoneGap Build Blog As announced in this blog post, cordova has moved it’s official plugin source to the npmjs.com repository. As part of this move plugins.cordova.io will be deprecated. It will move to read-only on July 15th, 2015 and will be shuttered on October 15th, 2015.We will continue to support plugins from plugins.cordova.io until it is fully deprecated, but we recommend all users to migrate their apps to use the npm repository if possible. To use plugins from npm in your app specify npm as the source... Read more...
PhoneGap 3.7.0 Now Available on PhoneGap Build by Ryan Willoughby | 17 Feb 2015 | PhoneGap Build Blog PhoneGap 3.7.0 is now available on PhoneGap Build! For more details on the update: iOS 3.7.0 blog post Windows Phone 8 3.7.0 blog post Android 3.7.1 blog post Note that when you build Android 3.7.0 on PhoneGap Build, you’re actually getting 3.7.1 – we patched that in.Update your config.xml:<preference name="phonegap-version" value="3.7.0" />Try it out, and let us know if you have any problems! 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...