Whenever you upgrade from an older cordova or cordova-android, cordova-ios version, your app could show several errors on build time. This guide shows how to troubleshoot your build after upgrading cordova or the platform from your app.
This post intents to provide the general guidelines to setup your environment to develop Apache Cordova apps for either Android or Windows.
This brief guide shows how to make a few tweaks to fix some issues with Apache Cordova 9.0.0 projects in NetBeans IDE 8.2.
This article explains how to renew the PFX certificate for your Windows 10 / 8.1 app created with Tools for Apache Cordova in Visual Studio. The certificate is valid for just one year, so it must be renewed to rebuild the app.
This article illustrates two methods to self-close an opened InAppBrowser window in Cordova, based on an action performed inside the IAB window itself. These methods involve using an event listener for either the loadstart or message events. You can also use this message event to communicate directly from the IAB to the Cordova WebView, to perform other actions.
Ocassionally, a new Cordova or plugin version will force you to upgrade your Gradle version. This process must be performed with caution, and this article shows how to chose a correct gradle version and install it on Windows.
This topic includes some of the common Cordova CLI 7.1.0 build errors that I’ve found, with the recommended solutions or the ones that worked for me. References to Visual Studio included.
Developing mobile apps using Apache Cordova or any other platform involves constantly deploying your app to real devices. This process can become tedious because the phone or tablet must be connected via USB cable to your computer. However, you can connect your device via WiFi and deploy and debug your app normally following these steps.
This article’s goal is to briefly explain how to create your Cordova app for iOS from Visual Studio 2017 or 2015, and why you should avoid using Visual Studio’s remote build agent for this. There’s a more reliable way to manage your Android app in Visual Studio and then export it to your iOS platform version and Xcode.