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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 useTheme rollerJust go to components.onsenui.io to get started. On the right is a color palette with some pre-defined color sets. You can adjust color... Read more...
PhoneGap 3.0 FAQ by Colene Chow | 31 Jul 2013 | PhoneGap Blog, Framework, PhoneGap Build, News Since we released PhoneGap 3.0, we’ve received a lot of positive feedback from the community. Thanks guys! We’ve also received some great questions, so we’ve compiled this FAQ to help clear things up.Q. When will we start to see iOS7 support?A. The very same day that Apple ships iOS7. =)Q: What do you mean when you say “Firefox OS is coming”? How would that work, since Firefox OS is already based on HTML/JS/CSS?A: First of all, keep in mind that PhoneGap is far more than just APIs.... Read more...
Coming soon! What to expect in PhoneGap 3.0 by Brian LeRoux | 20 Jun 2013 | PhoneGap Blog, Framework, News The team has been hardcore hacking on the future of the mobile web. Our theme this past year has been developer ergonomics, which sounds as comfy as it is. There is a Canadian metric TONNE of new things to be excited about!Here’s a quick overview of what’s new and exciting:Better toolsWe’ve made it easier to quickly shift between native platforms without learning new vocabularies by aligning the native platform CLI tooling.New platformsEarlier this year we welcomed support for iOS6 (with... Read more...
The BYOD challenge to enterprise App development by Steve Christianson | 13 Mar 2013 | PhoneGap Blog, Guest Post, Framework Mobile BYOD in enterprise means security can no longer be focused at the device level, but now needs to consider the App level. This puts a big burden on corporate developers and small ISVs, as handling security, communications and authentication can be a tough job and one where the consequences of data leakage are severe. Coupled with the further challenge of how to author a mobile-friendly solution that runs across multiple mobile OS platforms and does not require expensive or proprietary... Read more...
PhoneGap Build API for Node.js by Michael Brooks | 15 Jan 2013 | PhoneGap Blog, PhoneGap Build, Framework, Guide, Tutorial Adobe PhoneGap Build has a powerful RESTful API that you can use to tap into PhoneGap Build’s functionality. With the API, you can authenticate as a user and create, build, update, and download PhoneGap applications.RESTful APIs are great but not without annoyances. All of the popular programming languages (and not so popular ones) have HTTP libraries for RESTful access. The downside is that you still need to implement the HTTP request and response communication logic. It’s not... Read more...