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PhoneGap Developer App 1.3.0 by Michael Brooks | 02 Sep 2014 | PhoneGap Blog, App, News, Android, iOS, Windows Phone We hope all of our Canadian and Americian friends had a great long weekend! To help kick off the new week, we’re releasing the PhoneGap Developer App 1.3.0!What’s NewUpdated to Android@3.5.1This addresses three Android security vulnerabilities that were fixed by Apache Cordova.Added support for older CLI versionsThis will help to fix the 404 error on /register when using an outdated PhoneGap CLI.Added support for Adobe Mobile AnalyticsWhile this is not directly benefical to you, it’ll... Read more...
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... 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 minor... Read more...
My First Mobile Game in HTML with PhoneGap Build by Baptiste Brunet | 18 Jan 2013 | PhoneGap Blog, Guest Post, Android, App, PhoneGap Build In this post, I’ll explain how I created a simple puzzle-game in HTML then turned it into an Android app.I have always been a puzzle-game player: Tetris, Dr Mario, Puyo Puyo, Super Puzzle Fighter, etc. So, as a web developer, I wanted to try and build my own puzzle-game using the languages I know – HTML / CSS / JavaScript. I also wanted the layout of my game to be “responsive” so I could play it on my PC as well as on my phone.I used the game Bejeweled as a model because its gameplay... Read more...
Kinvey asks "How Long Does it Take to Build a Mobile App?" by Colene Chow | 08 Jan 2013 | PhoneGap Blog, iOS, Android, App Developers who are wondering how long it will take them to build v1 of a native iOS or Android app might just have an answer – about 18 weeks – thanks to our partner Kinvey. Based on a survey of 100 mobile developers, this infographic depicts how much time developers will spend on each component of their native apps front- and backend.View originalOf course, the Kinvey and PhoneGap can cut this time dramatically. For more on what Kinvey and PhoneGap can do for you, check out our... Read more...
The Development Framework for Apps Running On The Internet of Things by Sravish Sridhar, Kinvey | 28 Nov 2012 | PhoneGap Blog, Guest Post, iOS, Android, Windows Phone At a recent dinner, I took part in a lively conversation about whether Apple will launch a new suite of home products. Imagine an iToaster, iMicrowave or even an iToothBrush – how would Apple re-imagine our common household appliances by combining its design aesthetic with relevant information? Since the dinner was filled with tech geeks, it wasn’t clear if people’s mouths were watering because of the food or the possibility of an iFridge.The funny thing is this discussion wasn’t all... Read more...
Push Messaging plugin from mBlox by mBlox | 25 Oct 2012 | PhoneGap Blog, Guest Post, Plugin, Android, iOS, Guide Push messaging can help keep users active and engaged. This is especially true of consumer apps where usage drops off rapidly after the initial install. Push messaging can also be used to inform users of any updates on the server. For enterprise apps, this prevents unnecessary queries that burden the server and saves battery life. The mBlox push messaging plugin allows you to take advantage of the following capabilities: Send push messages to iOS and Android devices Send geo-fenced messages... Read more...
Adobe PhoneGap and Project Primetime Power BBC’s Coverage of the Olympics by Steve Gill | 28 Jul 2012 | PhoneGap Blog, App, News, Android, iOS We’re excited to announce that the BBC is leveraging key components of Project Primetime in their live and video on demand (VOD) coverage of the London Games. The content is being delivered through a new, HTML5 app built with Adobe PhoneGap, Adobe’s tools and framework for creating cross-platform HTML5 apps for smartphones and tablets. The app is currently available for iOS and Android. Regional restrictions apply.Check out some other apps made with PhoneGap on our apps page. Read more...
Wikipedia goes Android and needs Developers by Colene Chow | 24 Oct 2011 | PhoneGap Blog, App, Android Written by: Tomasz Finc, Director of Mobile and Special Projects, Wikimedia Foundation. (See Tomasz's original post on Wikimedia here) Over the last month, we’ve been hard at work building a Wikipedia Android app for our users and partners that prefer apps over the mobile web. It’s built with the PhoneGap framework and makes use of HTML5, CSS3, and Javascript to power all of its features. Many thanks to our partners at Nitobi for getting us here. We’re getting close to our first market... Read more...