since a few days I notice something odd, regarding npm. It only works for
me, when I invoke it w/ 'sudo'...
Extracting zip contents
Read stream closed
Renaming extracted folder phantomjs-1.7.0-macosx -> phantom
Fixing file permissions
Done. Phantomjs binary available at
npm ERR! Additional logging details can be found in:
npm ERR! /Users/matzew/work/aerogear-js/npm-debug.log
npm ERR! not ok code 0
rerunning 'sudo npm install' seems to do the trick; Is that expected?
Cordova Bridge for 'standard' AeroGear
We have talked about it before and it popped into my mind again when talking about the site re-structuring, that Cordova is basically a component as well. That combined with the idea that we have for the crypto plugin that it could be faster and more secure to make use of a native functions when they are available, made me think why not also bridge the 'standard' AeroGear features as well?