Topic: apache cordova

Using hybrid mobile to your advantage

It is no longer a question of “should I build a mobile app?” Digital businesses have begun to realize mobile app development is necessary to not only stay competitive, but to achieve customer satisfaction. Customers are accessing information on a huge variety of devices, and have come to expect a high-quality, mobile-friendly user experience. “Consumers, … continue reading

SD Times news digest: RedMonk’s programming rankings, VS Code 1.21 and Apache Cordova Windows 6.0

Red Monk has released its Q1 programming language rankings. The top ten programming languages are JavaScript, Java, Python, PHP, C#, C++, CSS, Ruby, C, and Swift. “The relatively static nature of the top ten languages is interesting, certainly, in a technology landscape that is best characterized not by the high level of change but the … continue reading

SD Times GitHub Project of the Week: Project Ace

Add native power to your shared JavaScript codebase with this Apache Cordova plug-in that’s available on GitHub (and is also SD Times GitHub project of the week): Project Ace. Project Ace enables you to easily add native UI and native code to your JavaScript and HTML. It works with Ionic, PhoneGap and all Cordova-based projects. … continue reading

Microsoft announces new Cordova tools extension for Visual Studio Code

Microsoft is releasing a new way for developers to build, debug and preview Cordova apps. The company has announced a new Cordova tool extension for its code editor, Visual Studio Code. “With this extension, you can debug hybrid apps, find Cordova-specific commands in the Command Palette, and use IntelliSense to browse objects, functions, and parameters,” … continue reading

Microsoft releases Tools for Apache Cordova

Microsoft today announced the first official release of Tools for Apache Cordova (TACO). Version 1.0 completes the work Microsoft started for providing utilities for Mac and Windows developers using Apache Cordova. According to Subhag Oak, senior program manager for Microsoft’s Visual Studio Client Platform Tools Team, the TACO command-line interface is completely compatible with Cordova’s. … continue reading

Visual Studio 2015: An insider’s review

Microsoft has made many moves in 2015, with each step proving it is not the Microsoft of old. The company is embracing change, from open-sourcing parts of the .NET framework, to building applications for competing platforms—sometimes before their own platforms. This year we are getting a new version of Windows, both desktop and mobile, and … continue reading

Apache Cordova for Android updated

The latest version of the open-source Apache Cordova mobile framework has been updated to version 3.7.1 for Android, with a number of new features, bug fixes and added support. Joe Bowser, a primary lead at Adobe Systems for Apache Cordova on Android, detailed the changes in version 3.7.1 in an announcement on the Cordova website. … continue reading

Mobile in 2014: Going beyond smartphones and tablets

In 2014, “mobile” evolved into a more widely unified and interconnected concept. The last several years have seen smartphones, tablets and mobile apps take control of how we consume and compute information, redefining how we communicate with each other. A train with that much momentum doesn’t stop when the market reaches its peak; it barrels … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Sept. 18, 2014—Microsoft releases WinJS 3.0, and CloudFlare’s Keyless SSL

Microsoft releases WinJS 3.0 with multiplatform support, nixes developer fees Microsoft has released version 3.0 of WinJS, the Windows library for JavaScript, adding cross-platform and cross-browser support, JavaScript modularization, and improved universal control designs. The update adds support for popular Web and mobile browsers, as well as HTML-based app environments, including Apache Cordova. According to … continue reading

SD Times news digest: August 7, 2014—Facebook’s Linux network plans, OpenSSL fixes, Cucumber behavior-driven development, and Apache Cordova for Android

Facebook plans Linux network upgrade to rival FreeBSD Facebook has designs on drastically improving the Linux kernel network stack, and is hiring a software engineer specifically for that purpose. A recent Facebook job listing seeks a software engineer for Facebook’s kernel team with a primary focus on the networking subsystem. The goal over the next … continue reading

TechEd 2014: Visual Studio supports Apache Cordova

One of several announcements focused on enabling developers to write modern applications for the cloud, devices … continue reading

Firefox OS support added to Apache Cordova

Developers building applications using the Cordova framework can now release them on Mozilla’s mobile OS … continue reading

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