In this post, we will take a look at how you can add app icons to your PhoneGap build apps. We won’t be needing any plugins for this to work. First of all, we need to create the images that we will use as the icon for our app.
There are only a few scenarios where you do not want your app to connect to the internet, but most of the time you will need your app to connect to a back end somewhere. We can enable and restrict network access in our application by whitelisting the domains that we wish to access with […]
Here we will see how you can build your apps using the PhoneGap build for a specific operating system and specific version of the operating system. This post is a part of my Free Phonegap Build beginner course and we will be using the config.xml that we created in one of the tutorials in the […]
In this tutorial I will talk about what preferences are and how to use them in a phonegap build app. Preferences allow us to configure our app, there are various configurations that can be set which we will take a look at in this post. Preferences can be set either for all the platforms you […]
In this tutorial I will show you how to add plugins to phonegap build apps. When it come to building apps with the phonegap build service in the cloud everything is configured by the config.xml file. As we are moving further into my phongap build beginner course now you should be comfortable with using the […]
In this tutorial we will understand navigation events between pages in NativeScript. Understanding navigation events is essential for UX. As a developer there are times when you need to send some data to the server or perform some action depending on user navigation.
In this tutorial I will show you how you can add banner ads to NativeScript apps on app load i.e, we will show banner ads as soon as the app loads. Showing Banner ads as soon as the app load is a great way to monetize your app. We will be working with the default […]
ES6 Arrows functions ()=> sometimes called the “fat arrow functions” gives us a short syntax to work with functions also they handle scope very well. Arrow functions use the equals sign along with the greater-than sign => this is not to be confused with the comparison operator which uses the grater-than sign and equals sign […]