Join Sahil Malik for an in-depth discussion in this video Demo node-based development, part of Developing Cordova Apps with Visual Studio Code and Typescript.
- [Instructor] So, now that we understand…the reason for using modern development,…let's get our hands wet and see a little demo…so we feel a little more comfortable…with these concepts.…I'm going to start up my terminal…and here I'm going to create a new directory,…and let's call it newproj for new project…and in this directory, I'll create a node-based project.…This couldn't be any simpler.…You just type npm init.…Remember, you need to have…node and npm installed…for this to work.…
So it'll walk me through some defaults,…and I'll just say yes, yes, yes,…to all of these.…And I'll hit yes, and the result…of this is that it created a file…called package.json.…Now, package.json, as you can see,…is describing to the world…what this project is all about.…It has a name, description and so on and so forth.…Let's go ahead and open this file in VS Code.…So VS Code, as an IDE, is great for…managing node-based projects.…
So one of the things it lets me do…is it has intellisense package.json.…Let me show you an example of that.…
- 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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