I’ve made some quick updates on the train this morning, and ended up creating a Bourne shell script in the iPhone directory of PhoneGap for renaming a brand-new PhoneGap fork to whatever your project is called. This also works with the previous changes I made to my buildprocess branch, meaning that when you’re done, you shouldn’t have any references to PhoneGap in your code at all. It also makes developing quite a lot easier, since renaming my XCode project file by hand is cumbersome, and needs to be done every time I start a new project.
A while back David Roe had sent me a patch for an implementation of the ActionSheet control for PhoneGap. He was using it in an… Read More »New PhoneGap feature: ActionSheet support
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It’s probably not the kind of Iron Man competition that you’re used to hearing about. This one is a challenge to blog at least once… Read More »My blog and I are joining the Iron Man competition!
They say a picture’s worth a thousand words. Frankly I think inflation has really taken its toll on the cost of words, but nevertheless here’s… Read More »Native UI Controls in PhoneGap coming along nicely