In this course, Chris Griffith introduces the PhoneGap ecosystem and the basics of PhoneGap Build. He shows how to set up an account for development and create, configure, and compile your first project with PhoneGap Build. Once you’ve mastered these fundamentals, Chris shows how to extend your app plugins, debug your app, and then prep it for release in the App Store, Google Play store, or Windows Store.
Duration: 1 hr, 24 minutes
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I am pleased to announce that I will be conducting a full day training on Ionic Framework at the upcoming HTML5DevConf Autumn 2015! This full day training will be on Thursday October 22nd.
AngularJS, Cordova and Ionic are a perfect blend of technologies for building hybrid applications that behave like a native app across multiple mobile platforms. In this course, you will learn how to build an Ionic application from scratch using the Ionic CLI and explore its various components. We will also examine how to architect the AngularJS foundation of services, controllers, and views. Finally, we will extend our application to leverage some mobile specific capabilities.
I will speaking at the next North County JS Monthly Meeting on the Ionic Framework! What is the Ionic Framework? The Ionic Framework combines Google’s AngularJS with Apache’s Cordova to create fast and beautiful cross-platform mobile apps for iOS and Android. In this talk I will explore Ionic, show how to install it, and finally build a quick and dirty app and deploy it to both iOS and Android.
When: Tuesday, May 26, 2015 @ 7:00 PM
Where: WalmartLabs | 1530 Faraday Avenue, Carlsbad, CA
The slide are available here. Thanks to the Ionic Team for having a ‘starter’ deck available (and the stickers!)
If you were not aware, the PhoneGap CLI got a major overhaul recently. You can read about it on the PhoneGap blog. To assist other PhoneGap developers keep all the commands straight, I put together a simple cheat sheet that you can download and post up on you wall. Enjoy!
PhoneGap Build has added support for Cordova 3.5.0.
I will be updating ConfiGAP shortly to support this, but in the meantime, you can edit your config.xml with <preference name=”phonegap-version” value=”3.5.0″ />.
If you want to know what’s in 3.5, you can read more about it at: