PhoneGap 1.3 released!
We've got a holiday present for you, it's PhoneGap 1.3! In this release, we've fixed tons of bugs and we're stoked to announce major enhancements to BlackBerry and Windows Phone!
For BlackBerry, we’ve added OSX support – now you can develop for BlackBerry on a Mac!
For Windows Phone, users can now sink their teeth into the full PhoneGap API, Windows Phone Getting Started Guide, more documentation updates, and tons of plugins.
PhoneGap 1.3.0 is also available on PhoneGap Build – by default, all new apps will be built with 1.3.0. Any existing apps will remain on 1.1.0, and users can choose between 1.1.0, 1.2.0 and 1.3.0 for building apps for five different platforms.
Read the full list of changes here.
Download PhoneGap 1.3 here
The ADC presents PhoneGap
The Adobe Developer Connection (ADC) provides technical articles and how-to videos that cover Adobe developer products and technologies. Recently, they launched a new PhoneGap series with Adobe Developer Evangelist Kevin Hoyt.
The videos show you how to get started with PhoneGap and how to develop for iOS and Android. Kevin also walks you through how to use the PhoneGap APIs: accelerometer, camera, compass, connection, contacts, and device.
Watch the ADC videos
Building Mobile Apps in the Cloud with Tiggr and PhoneGap
The app’s UI is built inside a visual editor and the app can easily be connected to any cloud service, like PhoneGap Build. By combining Tiggr and PhoneGap, you get a powerful cloud-based HTML5 mobile apps builder for mulitple platforms. Learn more and sign up for Tiggr here.
Read the guest blog post from Tiggr