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PhoneGap API Documentation. Provides access to the device's audio, image, and video capture capabilities.

PhoneGap API Documentation

WARNING: Collection and use of images, video, or audio from the device's camera or microphone raises important privacy issues. Your app's privacy policy should discuss how the app uses such sensors and whether the data recorded is shared with any other parties. In addition, if the app's use of the camera or microphone is not apparent in the user interface, you should provide a just-in-time notice before the app accesses the camera or microphone (if the device operating system doesn't do so already). That notice should provide the same information noted above, as well as obtaining the user's permission (e.g., by presenting choices for OK and No Thanks). Note that some app marketplaces may require your app to provide just-in-time notice and obtain permission from the user prior to accessing the camera or microphone. Objects Methods Scope // The global capture objectvar capture = navigator.device.capture; Properties.

Cordova Media API Example. A few months ago I launched a new GitHub repo ( as a way to try to collect my various Cordova examples together under one roof.

Cordova Media API Example

I had planned to add to it regularly but – life – as you know – gets in the way. I’ve finally gotten around to adding another example, this one for the Media API. Specifically, my example looks at how to play a MP3 file that is shipped with your application. You would think this would be trivial. Assuming I’ve got a folder under www called sounds and a MP3 file called something.mp3, you would think this would do it: var media = new Media("sounds/something.mp3", null, mediaError);; Unfortunately, this breaks in Android.

So what I did was write a simple utility function that makes use of the Device API. All I’ve done is sniff for the Android platform and modify the passed-in path value to add the Android prefix. Apache/cordova-plugin-media. Install Cordova on OS X. Building a custom PhoneGap plugin for iOS. Many of us are used to developing mobile HTML5 applications with various frameworks and have wanted to dive into hybrid application development.

Building a custom PhoneGap plugin for iOS

Of those who actually create hybrid mobile HTML5 applications, very few of us actually make full use of this flexible application model. In this blog post, I will walk you through the first of a few steps in creating a custom PhoneGap plugin for iOS. The goal of the following exercise is to enable the web app filesystem access through our custom component built into the PhoneGap wrapper. That way we will be able to use native code through JavaScript and enjoy the best of both worlds. We’ll develop a class named FileWriter that will obtain a JSON date value from the browser and write it to the iOS file system. This article is designed as a step-by-step process, but if you just want to read the raw code and jump right in, I have the project available for you to download here: Before we can break ground, you’re going to need a few things.

All right. Créer un plugin Phonegap / Cordova : iOS : développer une Web App avec Phonegap / Cordova - JDN. Phonegap ne contient pas forcément la fonction prévue dans l'architecture de votre application, typiquement un service tournant dans un thread séparé de l'application principale.

Créer un plugin Phonegap / Cordova : iOS : développer une Web App avec Phonegap / Cordova - JDN

Dans ce cas, nous devons développer notre propre plugin. Partie web Nous commençons par créer un fichier MonPlugin.js dans le répertoire de notre projet web et nous l'importons dans notre fichier index.html à la suite de l'import de Cordova : Le constructeur qui permet de créer un nouveau plugin est addConstructor. Dans ce constructeur, nous devons rajouter le composant Cordova dans la structure window de notre projet web.

Trois fonctions callback qui seront appelées depuis le code iOS pour interagir avec le code JavaScript. Les options du plugin iOS. Il ne reste plus qu'à définir les fonctions callback, en particulier traitement- Progression qui nous donne la progression du plugin iOS. Développer un plugin cordova dans les règles de l'art. Aujourd’hui, le framework cordova nous permet de développer facilement des plugins multi-plateforme.

Développer un plugin cordova dans les règles de l'art

J’ai eu l’occasion de travailler sur des plugins cordova et je trouve que la documentation n’est pas très explicite. Pourtant tout y est mais cela peut rester flou pour un utilisateur qui appréhende ce framework, voire pour des utilisateurs plus réguliers qui seraient restés sur des pratiques de la version 2. Dans un premier temps je vous conseille d’aller voir la documentation puis plus spécifiquement pour un plugin ios voir ici. Après avoir lu, vous serez capable de créer votre plugin, mais il possible de faire beaucoup mieux ! Apache Cordova API Documentation.