From: "Hylke Bons" <email@example.com>
Sent: Tuesday, February 25, 2014 12:43:27 PM
Subject: Re: [aerogear-dev] AeroGear project structure and the website
On 24/02/2014 14:50, Lee Graham wrote:
> So If I'm a Cordova developer and I want to learn how-to setup
> UnifiedPush Server and integrate Push within my hybrid app I don't
> care about the native Android & iOS libraries, guides, etc.. I just
> want everything that is relevant to hybrid apps. I actually ran into
> this exact issue this last weekend when I created my first push
> notification app. Its hard to keep track of what guides and sample
> code I needed. This may solve that. I kind of like the way
> http://devcenter.kinvey.com/ does this. When I first go there it
> allows me to select my dev platform and it sets a cookie so when I
> come back its still on that platform. I can swap at any time, but as a
> developer I really liked the Kinvey experience because I could find
> what I needed. Nothing more nothing less.
Cordova is a bit of a special case. Apart from a mention that Cordova is
a supported platform on the front page, I'm not quite if we should have
We need to find out how Corodova developers normally go about picking
library? Perhaps we just add a note to the download page that for use
plugin if needed.
Example 1: AeroGear push notification, I used the plugin.
I hope this helps. I do really love the new look and feel of the mockups. Very clean!
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