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PhoneGap Developer App 1.2.0 Release by Tim Kim | 08 Aug 2014 | PhoneGap Blog, App, News, Windows Phone, iOS, Android The PhoneGap Developer App has just released 1.2.0. In this update, you’ll find an important bug fix for the camera on iOS. In addition, the PhoneGap CLI has been also updated with a slew of features and patches. This is all thanks to our community for submitting pull requests and issues, along commenting on our issue tracker! What’s New Camera for iOS should now work. Better CLI proxy support for ajax requests. Thanks Mr.Br! Added CLI console log support to your terminal. You can... Read more...
PhoneGap Developer App 1.1.0 Release by Tim Kim | 21 Jul 2014 | PhoneGap Blog, App, News, Windows Phone, iOS, Android The PhoneGap Developer App has now hit version 1.1.0! We’re proud to say that many of the features and fixes are a direct result of our community! We not only received plenty of positive reviews, but also submitted issues, feature requests, and pull requests! What’s New Updated to Cordova 3.5.0 Updated all plugins to be Cordova 3.5.0 compliant Prevented screen shutoff when previewing an app (Thanks Eddy Verbruggen!) Enabled multi-device and multi-version support with the CLI Fixed... Read more...
PhoneGap Team is Hiring by Andre Charland | 20 Jun 2014 | PhoneGap Blog, News Adobe’s PhoneGap team is looking for 3 people to join our team! Have a read below for 3 roles we’re looking to fill: PhoneGap Marketing Manager Security / DevOps Engineer Front End Engineer PhoneGap Marketing Manager The PhoneGap team at Adobe is looking for a full-time marketing and community specialist to lead the marketing charge for all things PhoneGap. It’s a unique opportunity set the marketing direction and strategy for a vibrant open source project while promoting... Read more...
PhoneGap 3.5.0 Release by Lorin Beer | 12 Jun 2014 | PhoneGap Blog, 3.5.0, release The PhoneGap team is happy to announce the release of PhoneGap 3.5.0! PhoneGap 3.5.0 Highlights All Platforms received a top-level package.json. All Platforms are released on npm. For example, cordova-ios. Future PhoneGap updates use npm instead of git for loading platforms into projects. Refactored Cordova tooling into multiple npm packages to improve CLI stability. iOS projects are now built as a universal binary (32 and 64 bit). iOS 5.0 and arm64 support has been dropped. The... Read more...
Alpha Anywhere with PhoneGap Build by Bob Moore | 09 May 2014 | PhoneGap Blog According to Gartner, by 2016, More Than 50 Percent of Mobile Apps Deployed Will be Hybrid. At Alpha Software, we are always focused on simplifying complex technology. We try to provide developers with the tools they need to build great apps that solve real business problems without having to worry about the behind the scenes technical details of making it work. When we started thinking about integrating PhoneGap with our HTML5 mobile application development environment, Alpha Anywhere, it... Read more...
Introducing Onsen CSS Components by OnsenUI | 07 May 2014 | PhoneGap Blog, Community, Framework, Release, News, Guest Post Onsen CSS Components is a web-based theme roller for Topcoat that lets PhoneGap developers create beautiful UIs easily. Many standard UI components are supported and are easily customizable via a web interface. It also has a growing selection of beautiful UI patterns, each containing HTML and CSS to show how to reproduce the pattern. How to use Theme roller Just go to components.onsenui.io to get started. On the right is a color palette with some pre-defined color sets. You can adjust... Read more...
PhoneGap Developer App for Windows Phone 8 by Tim Kim | 07 May 2014 | PhoneGap Blog, App, News, Windows Phone We’re excited to announce that the PhoneGap Developer App is now available on the Windows Phone Store. It not only supports Windows Phone 8, but the upcoming 8.1 update! For newcomers to the app, the PhoneGap Developer app aims to lower the barrier of entry to creating PhoneGap apps. You can immediately preview your app on a device without installing platform SDKs, registering devices, or even compiling code. Plus, you have full access to the official PhoneGap APIs. You can learn how to... Read more...
Embed PhoneGap into Corona by Brian LeRoux | 29 Apr 2014 | PhoneGap Blog Adding visual richness and interactivity to PhoneGap/Cordova-based apps is about to get a whole lot easier. With CoronaCards, you can now integrate Corona as a plugin into your existing native app. CoronaCards lets you take full advantage of Corona’s richness and ease-of-use, especially its graphics engine. Lots of things take one line of code, like OpenGL-accelerated graphics, physics or shader-based filters. And they work cross-platform! When you integrate CoronaCards into your app, it... Read more...
Discover augmented reality on smart glasses with PhoneGap by Brian LeRoux | 28 Apr 2014 | PhoneGap Blog, Plugin As a pioneer in mobile Augmented Reality, Wikitude was the first company to provide an augmented reality plugin to users of the PhoneGap framework. With this plugin, developers can quickly and easily enrich their app with state of the art augmented reality technology. The use-cases range from displaying information of landmarks nearby to transparent videos rendered on top of a magazine cover using image recognition, and everything in between. The rise of augmented reality eyewear While... Read more...
PhoneGap Developer App by Michael Brooks | 23 Apr 2014 | PhoneGap Blog, App, News Today, the PhoneGap Team is proud to announce the release of the PhoneGap Developer app! The PhoneGap Developer app aims to lower the barrier of entry to creating PhoneGap applications. You can now immediately preview your app on a device without installing platform SDKs, registering devices, or even compiling code. You have full access to the official PhoneGap APIs. You can even develop an iOS app on Windows - and soon - a Windows Phone app on OS X. Whether you’re a novice or expert, we... Read more...