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This topic will go through all the steps that it takes to make a real mobile application for Android and iOS with Smart Mobile Studio. This first post gives some background while later I'll go deeper into details with proper examples. I've done this before three years ago. At that point I had to do a few hacks to work around problems. My plan is to make this as easy as possible in SMS and to fix any bugs that may pop up. To make proper applications for the Android and iOS app stores, we will be using Adobe's Phonegap. It's a service that can be used to turn a html5 application to a package that you can submit to the Android or iOS store. Phonegap's free plan will most likely be enough for you: Phonegap plans You can also install Cordova, which Phonegap actuallty is, on your own computer. If someone has done it, please feel free to contribute. However, when I did develop my own app three years ago, Phonegap worked beautifully. So, to get that Phonegap account, sign up to the free plan. Once you've logged in, you can choose between an open-source app or a private app. Phonegap lets you use existing Git repositorys, but I'll be using a zip -file. Now, how do you do that zip file? As an example: Start Smart Mobile Studio Open the Tabs, Scrolling and Listbox -demo from Featured Demos Build Go to the www -folder in File explorer Select all files inside the www-folder and zip them
I'm looking for help in integrating the Cordova plugin for sending SMS via SmartMobileStudio for use in android app. Here is the plugin and code: https://www.raymondcamden.com/2014/12/11/cordova-example-sending-sms-messages Any help/ example with how I can use this code in SmartMobileStudio?
On the Windows Phone 8.1 (with Lumia Denim update), the phone's IE browser w3_getIsInternetExplorer returns FALSE, w3_getIsAndroid returns TRUE and also w3_getIsSafari also returns TRUE. But the Windows Phone in-app browser (for the same app on the same phone) when wrapped with Intel XDK or Apache Cordova works correctly - w3_getIsInternetExplorer returns TRUE, w3_getIsAndroid returns FALSE and also w3_getIsSafari also returns FALSE This is a Windows bug. I have reported this bug to Microsoft.
I'm looking for simple SMARTMS code to detect the browser, operating system and device - to be used in a multi-platform mobile app.