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Whether you are a brand new to mobile applicationdevelopment, a web developer expert, or a seasoned mobile application developer, this book will guide you through creating hybrid mobile applications. This book will guide you through the process of creating a complex data-driven hybrid mobile application using PhoneGap, web technologies, and third-party plugins.
Responsive design techniques are also covered, including the flexbox layout module. Tout le code source des exemples est disponible en ligne sur https: Sur le site https: The book is for mobile developers who want to learn about Apache Cordova 4. You should have at least some experience with mobile development to directly benefit from this book. For the web developer who is ready to get into mobile app development, Getting Started with PhoneGap 4 guides readers through the intimidating task of preparing their system and beginning the journey into hybrid mobile app development with the PhoneGap framework.
Apache Cordova in Action teaches you to create and launch hybrid mobile apps using Cordova or Phonegap. For readers just learning to design mobile apps, the book will discuss ways to build mobile friendly, professional-quality UI and UX.
Instead of just showing short snippets of code to explain a particular API, the book is chock full of complete, contextual examples. The sample applications provide developers with applications they can run on every Cordova supported mobile device platform to see exactly what the API does, how it works and what the limitations are on each platform.
The book explores several important topics, including globalization, persistent storage, audio recording and playback, video recording and playback, image capture, GPS, the accelerometer, and much, much more. To explore these topics, the book guides you through the development of several apps, including a productivity app, a path-recording app, and a game.
A practical guide written in a tutorial-style, this book walks you step-by-step through 12 individual projects to create real world apps. Each project moves through design and implementation of the app, and also provides suggestions to enhance it.
Who this book is for: If you are a mobile developer who is familiar with Phonegap basics and wants to quickly create some cool mobile applications with PhoneGap, this book is for you.
No experience with Java, or ObjC is required. This book cover easy step by step guide to build mobile application as well as PhoneGap Build advance features. Users will learn the basics of PhoneGap, get started with building their first app, and gradually work on complex tasks like building and improving the CSS defining the app style, font, colors, and views using jQuery themes.
For those brand new to Cordova, this book is what you need to get started. The book shows you how to install and use the command line tools to manage the Cordova application lifecycle and how to set up and use development environments for several of the more popular Cordova supported mobile device platforms.
He covers the tools you can use to test and debug your Cordova applications and create your own plugins. Mobile App Manual: The Blueprint explains how to create hybrid mobile applications using modern technologies like jQuery Mobile and PhoneGap Build. Initially developed for GitHub's Atom editor , Electron has since been used to create applications by companies like Microsoft, Facebook, Slack, and Docker.
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It's easier than you think If you can build a website, you can build a desktop app. Open Source Electron is an open source project maintained by GitHub and an active community of contributors. Automatic updates.
Crash reporting. Windows installers. Get started To get started with Electron, check out the resources below. Try more powerful experiments with Electron Fiddle Electron Fiddle lets you create and play with small Electron experiments. Apps built on Electron With Electron, creating a desktop application for your company or idea is easy. The collaborative interface design tool.
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