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PhoneGap Build Now Accepts CLI Projects

PhoneGap Build started with “Initial Commit” in August 2010. It is now October 2016 and we just committed “fixed typo”. A lot has changed in those years, including a fixed typo. But more importantly, during this time Cordova and PhoneGap Build have diverged in how projects have been structured, and...

PhoneGap CLI-6.3.0 Now on Build

PhoneGap 6.3.0 is now available on PhoneGap Build! To use it, add the following to your config.xml file: <preference name="phonegap-version" value="cli-6.3.0" /> Also noteworthy is that this version has been made the new default, so if you’re not locking the phonegap-version in your app’s config.xml, it will be built with...

Windows 10 and PhoneGap CLI-6.1.0 Now on Build

PhoneGap 6.1.0 is now available on Build, and with this release we’re adding support for Windows 10 Builds! To use it, add the following to your config.xml file: <preference name="phonegap-version" value="cli-6.1.0" /> Although this update only includes minor version increments on each platform, the release adds Windows 8.1 and Windows...

PhoneGap 6.0.0 Now Available on Build

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...

config.xml gets an update - part 2 !!!!!!

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...

config.xml gets an update

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...

Android Builds Now Using Gradle By Default

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. Rationale The main...

PhoneGap 5.2.0 Now Available on Build

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...

Deprecation of Public Plugins on PhoneGap Build

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....

Cordova 5.1.1 Now on PhoneGap Build

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...

npm Plugins Are Now on PhoneGap Build!

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...

Adobe ID now required for PhoneGap Build

As part of our continued integration with the expanding ecosystem of Adobe’s Creative Cloud we now require all PhoneGap Build users to link their accounts to an Adobe ID. Creating and linking an Adobe ID is easy and can be accomplished by clicking the “Connect an Adobe ID” button on...

Cordova 3.5.0 Now on PhoneGap Build

PhoneGap Build has added support for Cordova 3.5.0. For more info about this release, check out these handy links: Apache Cordova 3.5.0 blog post (including changelog) Cordova iOS 3.5.0 source repo Cordova Android 3.5.0 source repo To build with 3.5.0, add the following to your config.xml: <preference name="phonegap-version" value="3.5.0" />...

OAuth and the PhoneGap Build Developer API

Some news for you devs using the PhoneGap Build Developer API: we’ve added support for the OAuth authentication protocol. Up to now, API developers wishing to authenticate against the API would use basic authentication to obtain an auth token, and use that token to access the API. However, this meant...

PhoneGap Build Adds Some New Features!

Hi. I’m Brett (@brettrudd) from the build team and i’m happy to announce a few new features that have been deployed to build in the last week. ##Android Resource Qualifiers We have now added full support for Android resource qualifiers in config.xml. Shut up and show me code: <gap:splash src="splash-xlarge-portrait.png"...

Cordova 3.4.0 Now on PhoneGap Build

PhoneGap Build has added Cordova 3.4.0! Here’s more info on what’s included: Adobe PhoneGap 3.4.0 blog post Cordova iOS release notes Cordova Android release notes Also, as a reminder, be aware that in July of this year we’ll be ending support for anything less than PhoneGap 3.0.0. This will include...

Platform Deprecation

It’s been almost a year since PhoneGap announced they would be dropping support for some platforms in versions of PhoneGap over 3.0. PhoneGap Build has done the same and is not supporting webOS, Symbian or Blackberry (<= BB7) for apps using PhoneGap versions over 3.0. In addition, PhoneGap Build will...

Cordova 3.3.0 Now on PhoneGap Build

Now that our holiday shakes are finally gone, PhoneGap Build can release Cordova 3.3.0! Here’s more info on what’s included: Adobe PhoneGap 3.3.0 blog post Cordova iOS release notes Cordova Android release notes What’s new in Cordova Windows Phone 8 We’re releasing Cordova 3.2.0 simultaneously (3.1.0 was our last release...

Recent Service Outages

What a week for PhoneGap Build! We’ve been having issues with our servers and experienced two days of extremely sluggish performance on our iOS servers, as well as on Hydration and Android servers. In the last couple days, we suffered a set of DB locks during out of office hours...

Bigger Apps have Arrived

The PhoneGap Build team is happy to announce the increase of file sizes to 40MB for paid users of PhoneGap Build. We heard you in the community–15MB is just too small–and after gathering your feedback, it’s clear that 40MB will help you handle larger projects through PhoneGap Build. We’re looking...

Plugin Submission Guidelines

One of the new features that’s been added to PhoneGap Build in the past couple of months is the ability to submit custom PhoneGap plugins that you and others can use within PhoneGap Build projects. Once a plugin is submitted and approved, it becomes available to everyone using PhoneGap Build....

October Build Update

In addition to providing support for Cordova 3.0, 3.1 and Windows Phone 8 platform, we’ve also been able to tackle: Support for iOS7 Service Status Page: status.build.phonegap.com Status Bar Changes for iOS7 As you all know there was a change in the default behavior of the status bar between iOS6...

Cordova 3.1.0 Now on PhoneGap Build

PhoneGap Build is happy to announce that we now support Cordova 3.1.0. For more info on what’s included in this update, check out the Cordova 3.1.0 release blog post. You may have noticed that lately we’ve been deprecating older versions of Cordova with many of our releases. Thats not happening...

PhoneGap 3.0 Now Supported in PhoneGap Build

PhoneGap 3.0 is now available as a build target in PhoneGap Build! You can start using 3.0 by specifying it in your config.xml file by using the phonegap-version preference: <preference name="phonegap-version" value="3.0.0" /> Currently the supported platforms in PhoneGap Build for 3.0 are iOS and Android. Keep in mind that...

August Build Update

In July we had two major updates - user submitted plugins and support for Japanese. We also had an incredibly successful PhoneGap Day in July - more details here. Coming up next is PhoneGap Day EU on September 24th in Amsterdam and PhoneGap Day BR on November 26 in Rio...

PhoneGap 3.0 FAQ

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...

Using Plugins with PhoneGap Build

In the near future, we will be releasing a new feature that allows users to submit online their own plugins to PhoneGap Build. These submitted plugins will be available for the whole community to use. To support this we have had to change the way that an application includes a...

Build June Summary

#Highlights for June + Alignment with Cordova using Plugman for plugin registration + Updating all Build plugins to support Plugman + Updates to FaceBook Plugin to stay in sync with Facebook’s SDK + Continued infrastructure improvements for scalability and reliability + Support for Cordova release 2.9.0 #Plans for July Heading...

PhoneGap 2.9.0 Now on Build

We’ve just added support for PhoneGap 2.9.0 to PhoneGap Build! We highly recommend upgrading so you can take advantage of all of the bug fixes and performance enhancements that the Cordova team has been hard at work on – but also so the PhoneGap Build team can focus on support...

Congrats to our PhoneGap Build Champions

PhoneGap Build users looking for support head to our free forum hosted over on Get Satisfaction. If you’ve ever been on the forum, you’ve probably seen some people who go above and beyond by helping others. They’re not PhoneGap Build staff, but fellow Build users who are passionate about the...

Improving Build One Step at a Time

Hey friends, We wanted to address many questions related to the PhoneGap Build service and provide a status update on our team’s progress for the last week and upcoming plans. Service Reliability: As you may have noticed, our service stability has slowly degraded over the last month. Why has this...

PhoneGap 2.7.0 now on Build

Great news, we’ve pushed 2.7.0 support to PhoneGap Build! With this release we’re deprecating anything less than PhoneGap 2.0.0. Check out the blog post where ‘we told you so’ for more info on why. For details on what’s changed in PhoneGap 2.7.0: phonegap.com 2.7.0 release blog post details on the...

Important Update to Google Analytics Plugin

Google has recently deprecated version 1 of the Google Analytics SDK, on which GAPlugin was based. Accordingly, we have updated the plugin to use Google Analytics SDK v2. We have attempted to maintain backwards compatibility with the v1 plugin. However, depending on your usage, you may need to make some...

New Apple App Store Submittal Rules

Beginning on May 1, all PhoneGap Build iOS apps submitted to the Apple App store must be built with PhoneGap 2.5.0 or above. Apple recently released news that there are two new requirements for submittal to their app store. Both requirements have been best practices for a while but these...

Status Update: March 4 - March 18, 2013

Hey Build users! We’ve been working hard on Build over the last couple weeks. The progress we’ve made should help us provide a better user experience and quality of service. Progress for March 4 - March 18: Security overhaul to patch various aspects of our system. Upgraded Xcode on all...

Status Update: Feb 5 - Feb 12, 2013

We made some great progress last week! Here’s what we were busy with last week, and what’s going to keep us busy in the coming weeks. Progress for Feb 5 - Feb 12 Finalized and deployed PhoneGap 2.3 support. Internal tools for infrastructure monitoring. We’re hoping to reuse some of...

Status Update: Jan 20 - Feb 4, 2013

Hey everyone, this post is a bit late as we were hard at work on the 2.3.0 release. We hope you’ll forgive us for our tardiness! Let’s get started! Progress for Jan 27 - Feb 4 Working on integrating PhoneGap 2.3 onto PGB Internal tools for infrastructure monitoring. We’re hoping...

Status Update: Jan 20 - Jan 26, 2013

Hey Build users! It’s time for our weekly update again. Here is what we’ve been up to. Progress for Jan 20 - Jan 26 Fixed duplicate listing of keys Handle UI issues when non-existent key is referenced Added collaborator documentation Adding GenericPush plugin. Adding FaceBook Plugin Support Over quota fix...

Introducing GenericPush Plugin

We’re happy to announce the support of a new plugin! The GenericPush plugin is an open-source plugin for use with Cordova and allows your application to receive push notifications on both Android and iOS devices. The Android implementation uses Google’s GCM service, whereas the iOS version is based on Apple...

Status Update Jan 13 - Jan 19 2013

Hey Build users! We’ve got some exciting news. Some of you have expressed that we need to be more transparent in our progress towards improving Build, PhoneGap Build, and we plan to do just that. We’ve absorbed your awesome feedback and we’re now going to be providing weekly updates on...

PhoneGap Build API for Node.js

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...

Upcoming Security Changes

Hi everyone, We’re making some small changes to how we handle signing keys on PhoneGap Build, in order to better protect your user credentials. These changes will go live on December 12 (formerly scheduled for November 15). These changes are not in response to any attacks on PhoneGap Build -...

BarcodeScanner Plugin

We’ve added support for another plugin to Adobe® PhoneGap™ Build for iOS and Android – BarcodeScanner. And more are coming! A single line of JavaScript in your PhoneGap app will launch the scanner, and upon detection of a barcode, control will be passed back to your app, along with the...

Retiring git.phonegap.com

We’re announcing today that our git hosting service, available at git.phonegap.com, will be shut-down on December 1 this year, in two months. We will be disabling support for creating new apps linked to git.phonegap.com in the next couple of weeks - we had removed support from the web interface, but...

The PhoneGap Extension for Brackets

This week we announced the official launch of PhoneGap Build — a service that compiles your PhoneGap applications in the cloud, saving you the hassle of installing and maintaining SDKs for every mobile platform you want to target. There are two ways to submit code to the PhoneGap Build service:...

PhoneGap Build is Launched!

Adobe is proud to officially launch PhoneGap Build! The PhoneGap framework allows developers to build native mobile applications using the standard web tech: HTML, CSS and JavaScript. With the PhoneGap Build service, you can ease the development process by conveniently uploading assets or referencing a GitHub repo. Then, PhoneGap Build...

Introducing Hydration

The PhoneGap Build team would like to introduce our latest feature - Hydration. So what exactly is it? It’s a tool that delivers updates directly to your device while also significantly cutting down compile times during development. We accomplish this by compiling a native binary that acts as a container...

Inside the redesign

Everyone’s favourite thing just happened to Adobe® PhoneGap™ Build: a redesign! If you are a regular user of the PhoneGap Build web-UI, I’m sure that you are experiencing any range of emotions right now - from general apathy to mild annoyance to questionable excitement. Regardless of where you land on...

Register and sign in with AdobeID and Github

Good news, folks - you can now register for Adobe® PhoneGap™ Build using your AdobeID or Github account. How do I get started? It’s easy. Just head to the PhoneGap Build registration page. Registration via an AdobeID happens directly on PhoneGap Build. You’ll have the option to sign in with...

Enhanced Icon and Splash Support

We’ve recently had a lot of discussion with users about icons and splash screens and how they make their way into apps. After some feeback we’ve revamped our icon and splash screen handling to provide a more consistent and expressive interface. Please note that you may need to update your...

Introducing Windows Phone 7 Builds

The Adobe® PhoneGap™ Build team is proud to introduce Windows® Phone 7 as our latest addition to our platform lineup. With the addition of Windows Phone 7, developers are now able to reach a new and rapidly growing market. How do I build for Windows Phone 7? Building for Windows...

Access Tags

There’s been some confusion over the behavior of external links in PhoneGap™ (and Adobe® PhoneGap™ Build) apps lately - when you click on a link, should it take over your entire app? Or should it open in the device’s browser? This is a bit of a tricky issue due to...

Install iOS Apps Directly

A small but much-demanded new feature for our iOS users to announce - you can now install Adobe® PhoneGap™ Build directly on your iOS devices, without syncing through iTunes or XCode! Just launch your favorite QR code reader app, point your device at your app’s code, and follow the link....

ChildBrowser Plugin

One of most highly demanded features on Adobe® PhoneGap™ Build has been support for PhoneGap Plugins, so we’re happy to announce official support for the popular ChildBrowser plugin for Android and iOS - more details can be found in the docs. We’re going to be ramping forward on support for...

Public Pages

We’re happy to announce that public pages are now available for your apps on PhoneGap Build - any app you build on our site can now be easily distributed to clients, friends, enemies, or whoever, just through the power of the internet. To make an existing app public, just make...

PhoneGap Build: Pricing Plans Update

A couple of weeks ago, when we moved PhoneGap Build into public beta, we announced some preliminary pricing plans for the service. We received a lot of great feedback, via email, on our blog, and through Get Satisfaction, and we’ve updated the plans to reflect that feedback. The biggest change...

Hot Multi-User Action!

Admin Dev Tester etc You’ve probably seen these icons popping up on Build over the past week or so. We’ve just rolled out multi-user support, so you can easily add new users to your projects for development or testing. It’s super easy to get started - just click on the...