On 04/03/2014 16:29, Lee Graham wrote:
"Hylke Bons" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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
> 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
> notification app. Its hard to keep track of what guides
> code I needed. This may solve that. I kind of like the
> http://devcenter.kinvey.com/ does this. When I first go
> 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
> what I needed. Nothing more nothing less.
Cordova is a bit of a special case. Apart from a mention that
a supported platform on the front page, I'm not quite if we
it as a mention for every feature, as we already have
We need to find out how Corodova developers normally go about
libraries that they want to use. I assume they can use any
library? Perhaps we just add a note to the download page that
plugin if needed.
Makes sense to me. I think the current site does confuse me
Hybrid/Cordova. If we are using the same exact code
(aerogear.js) then my first thought is just to combine that
code is similar, but different between Web and Hybrid then it
may be useful to clearly define the differences.
As a Cordova developer, I'm not a hardcore Java or
Objective-C developer. So my first thought is to find a
want the fastest route (aka the least amount of coding) to
integrating 3rd party tools and making it work for both
Android and iOS apps.
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!
Thanks Lee, that's a useful feedback. I'll have a look at more sites
that have a Cordova offering.
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