Here at FeedHenry we’re big fans of Apache Cordova - the leading Hybrid App Development Framework – and have been supporting it in our Mobile App Platform for several years now. Over that time, we have upgraded our supported version of Cordova many times (we first started supported cordova at version 0.9). One of the core parts

The Cordova File API is one of the most widely used APIs when developing Cordova apps (Ranked as the No.3 the most downloaded plugin on the Cordova plugin registry). It implements the W3C File API for hybrid mobile apps. However, due to the complexity of the W3C specification, and the fact that each mobile OS handles file

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FeedHenry 3 offers a range of App importing and on-boarding options including Cordova, Native Android, Native iOS, Native Windows Phone 8, Web Apps, Appcelerator and Xamarin Apps.

One of the most powerful features in FeedHenry 3 is the ability to deploy mBaaS Services that can be accessed by multiple projects. This means you can, for example, encapsulate all of the functionality to access one of your back-end systems and then provide a consistent interface to it for all of your projects. This

We develop everything in FeedHenry API-first ,which means our command-line tooling is just as powerful as our Web UIs, with the added advantage of automation and scriptability. The main FeedHenry CLI is called fhc and it is how most developers interact with the platform. Version 0.30.x has had quite a few changes (to put it

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If you are a .NET developer, you can now use our .NET SDK to develop native cross-platform cloud-connected apps. It can be used to develop Windows Phone 8+ apps (using Visual Studio) as well as iOS and Android apps (using Xamarin Studio). The SDK is open source and available here on GitHub. It can be downloaded via the

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Cluster (API Docs ») landed in Node 0.8, but because of it’s label as still an Experimental API, it probably hasn’t yet received the recognition it deserves. There are downsides to using such experimental APIs – the API footprint of cluster within your application is very likely to change in future releases. But, the upsides

iBeacons are a low-power bluetooth device Apple quietly release as part of the iOS7 launch recently. They’re the Apple alternative to NFC, a small location aware device which developers can use to track user’s proximity to a location, and trigger various actions in a mobile app. Potential use cases include payments, exhibit information, proximity advertising and

CONOR O’NEILL, DIRECTOR OF PRODUCT MANAGEMENT, FEEDHENRY As you’ve probably read here and elsewhere, we launched FeedHenry 3 today. This is the culmination of many different development efforts over the past several months and is a major leap forward for the FeedHenry platform. We’ve taken all the things you know and love about FeedHenry like

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