HTML represents the nouns—the things—in a web app. In this video, Tom Duffy demonstrates how to edit the Park It HTML file in NetBeans.
- [Instructor] It's time to write the HTML for our app.…I've made the font bigger in NetBeans…just so you could follow along a little better.…The first thing to do is to change the title of the page.…Although that's not truly necessary for a Cordova app,…it's really just good practice.…I'm going to change the title elements content…to read Park It.…The next thing to do is to jump down into the body.…NetBeans provides a div for us to say,…write the content here.…We don't really need that div though.…I'm just going to highlight it and then delete it.…
Our app is going to have a few distinct sections.…I'm going to create a container that holds,…what I call, the navigation bar.…That's where I will put the buttons for storing location…and retrieving the location,…as well as the title of the app.…Then I'll create a container that holds…instructions for the app, as well as where I'll…display the map and the directions.…Let's start by adding a div and giving it…an id set to navbar.…The navbar will hold all of the information…
- Understanding Cordova's value proposition
- Installing the Cordova CLI
- Accessing mobile device capabilities, including geolocation and data storage
- Using Android Studio and Xcode in conjunction with Cordova
- Creating platform-specific stylings to match native interfaces
Skill Level Beginner
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1. Cordova's Value Proposition
What is Cordova?2m 21s
2. Creating the Web App
3. Installing and Using Cordova
4. Using Cordova with Platform Tools
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