On 02/12/2014 11:25 AM, Max Rydahl
On 12 Feb 2014, at 9:49, Mickael Istria wrote:
Yes, he had to configure the plugin with cordova CLI to set the
right IP. It was an annoying set (need to find out the IP,
On 02/12/2014 09:44 AM, Max Rydahl
isn't this the same for the live reload mac app ?
Yes, but the plugin requires to configure the URL of livereload
server. So JBoss Tools Cordova should expose a property or
provide a hook to avoid hardcoding this property in the plugin
The presentation, from Sebastien Paul,
was mainly showing simple usage of Cordova CLI. The demo
showed many things that are available in the Cordova Eclipse
plugins as well (create a project, add plugin, start ios
emulator...). The only thing he didn't have in his CLI demo
compared to the video is CordovaSim/Ripple.
nice - should work automagically with our live reload
implementation too if I grok the demo right.
He also demoed something nice: a livereload-cordova plugin (
https://vimeo.com/81192559 ). This is interesting because it
allows to configure the packaged application (the apk, ios,
or whatever actual package) to use livereload to check for
updates of some of its resources. So you can get livereload
enabled on your actual tests devices while developing a
cordova application and see updates without any need to
repackage or redeploy the application. It's IMO a great
productivity boost. Of course, this is something people
wouldn't like to ship as part of there delivery, and is only
good for development purpose. See last paragraph for more
thoughts on this topic.