Join Sahil Malik for an in-depth discussion in this video Software setup for Mac, part of Developing Cordova Apps with Visual Studio Code and Typescript.
- [Instructor] Let's talk about setting up your Mac…for Cordova development.…Remember, if you're using a Mac,…you can target both iOS and Android,…so I'll be talking about both.…The first thing you'll need is some sort of IDE editor,…in which you will write code.…Personally, I like to use Visual Studio Code.…Just go ahead and download it…and install it on your Mac from this website.…You'll also need nodejs.…Go to nodejs.org and scroll down…and ensure that you install the LTS version of nodejs.…
When you install nodejs it'll also include something…called as npm.…You'll need to update npm as well…and install a few other things using npm,…I'll get to that in a moment.…You will also need some sort of shell.…Most Mac developers will either use terminal…or they will use some customized shell like iTerm…or the shell that I prefer to use here Oh-My-Zsh.…You can use any shell you wish,…but this is one that exhibits very good integration…with Git and npm, so I really like to use this.…
So go ahead and set this up as well.…
- 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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