A mobile app developer can extend an application on multiple platforms without having to re-implement with the tool and the language of each defined platform. Similarly, a web developer can deploy a web application that is packaged for distribution in various app store portals.
An app developer can also make a combination of components of the native application with WebView (browser window) that can access the device APIâs level, or develop a plugin interface between indigenous and WebView components.
Cordova applications rely on a common config.xml file that provides information on the application and specifies the parameters that affect how it works, as if responding to the orientation moves. Many aspects of an app's behavior can be controlled with The global configuration file, config.xml controls many facets of a mobile appâs behavior. It is placed in the top-level web asset directory along with the app's home page. This platform-agnostic XML file is formatted based on the W3C's Packaged Web Apps (Widgets) specification, and extended to specify core Cordova API features, plugins, and platform-specific settings.
The WebView Cordova-enabled application can provide through its entire user interface. It can also be a component in a larger hybrid application that mixes fashion with Web components of the native application. Cordova provides a plugin interface for these components to communicate with each other.
The best way to implement an application must run the Cordova utility, also known as Command-line interface (CLI) name. According to all the platforms mobile app developer wants to target, he can count on the CLI for increasingly large share of the development cycle:
In the baseline scenario, mobile app developer can use the CLI to simply create a new project that is filled with the default configuration to change. For many mobile platforms, mobile app developer can also use the CLI to set up additional project files required to compile each SDK. To do this, mobile app developer must install the SDK in each target platform.
For platforms, the CLI can build applications and run them in an emulator device SDK. Mobile app developer can also generate application files and install them directly on a device.
At any point in the development cycle, mobile app developer can also rely on specific tools for the platform SDK, which can offer a wider set of options. An SDK environment is more suitable if mobile app developer wants to implement a hybrid application that combines web and native application components. Mobile app developer can use the command-line utility to initially generate the app, or iteratively thereafter to feed updated code for tools SDK. Mobile app developer can also create configuration file himself.
Other cross platform app development tools include Xamarin, Sencha, Adobe Air etc.
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