Join Tom Duffy for an in-depth discussion in this video Next steps, part of Apache Cordova: Building Cross-Platform Mobile Apps.
- [Instructor] The best place to learn more about…Cordova development is at Cordova Documentation.…Start there when building your next Cordova app.…The Cordova documentation includes the full CLI reference…that will enhance your knowledge…of all the commands available.…I've created handouts summarizing the CLI commands…which you'll find in the exercise files.…Once you've built your Cordova app…you'll probably want to publish it.…We have courses available in the library…that detail the process for both iOS and Android.…
Of course, if you prefer written guides…head over to developer.apple.com…for the iOS app distribution guide.…For Android, navigate to…developer.android.com to find the user guide…for publishing your app.…Thanks for watching the course.…I hope you enjoyed it as much as I did.…Now go create that great Cordova app.…
- 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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2. Creating the Web App
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4. Using Cordova with Platform Tools
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