Join Sahil Malik for an in-depth discussion in this video Author your first Cordova app, part of Developing Cordova Apps with Visual Studio Code and Typescript.
- [Instructor] Great, now that we understand…node based development let's go ahead…and create our first cordova application.…Now in the software setup portion,…I had shown you how to install cordova…and the command for that was npm install -g cordova.…This command will also go ahead…and update the version of cordova on your machine,…so it's not a bad idea to run it anyway.…If at any point you want to see what version…of cordova you're running, you say cordova -- version.…
So I'm running version 7.0.1.…A quick note if you're a Mac developer…you have to preface the command with sudo,…so sudo npm install -g, any package,…so in this case it was cordova.…The reason for this is because -g means global…and it is writing to certain parts…of the operating system where you need…elevated privileges to be able to write.…So now that I have cordova installed as a global command…I can simply run cordova from terminal here…and I can say cordova create,…and just give it a name,…I'm just going to call it myApp.…
This went ahead and created a folder called myApp…
- Setting up your environment
- Adding the browser platform
- Adding and debugging the Android and iOS platforms
- Interacting with Native using plugins
- Why use plugins?
- Using TypeScript with Cordova
- Converting your code to TypeScript
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Setting Up Your Environment
2. Going Multiplatform
Add the browser platform3m 7s
3. Interacting with Native Using Plugins
4. Using TypeScript with Cordova
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