PhoneGap Plugins

Adobe PhoneGap Build supports a curated selection of PhoneGap Plugins, to extend the native functionality exposed by the PhoneGap native-app container. Plugins need to implemented differently for each platform, and may not be supported across all PhoneGap platforms. If you’re deploying across multiple platforms, be sure that the experience degrades gracefully for users who do
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Cordova – PhoneGap: storage

Local Storage The local storage capabilities of PhoneGap allow an application to persist data as key/value pairs stored with the application. The local storage option is designed to support data that needs to be available between sessions—maintained when the application closes and available when the application launches again. To write a value to local storage,
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Cordova – PhoneGap: package mobile apps in the cloud

The benefit of the Cordova project is the ability to create a native application from an HTML file and a little JavaScript, at it’s very minimum. Building PhoneGap applications for multiple mobile platforms can be a challenging endeavor. You have to install each platform’s SDK, as well as IDEs, build tools, simulators or emulators, and
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Cordova – PhoneGap: project settings in config.xml

Apps built using PhoneGap Build can be set up either through the web interface, or by using a config.xml. The config.xml file, as specified in the W3C widget specification, allows developers to easily specify metadata about their applications. One thing to note: please ensure that your config.xml file is at the top level of your
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