Apache Cordova Android

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Cordova Android

Cordova Android is an Android application library that allows for Cordova-based projects to be built for the Android Platform. Cordova based applications are, at the core, applications written with web technology: HTML, CSS and JavaScript.

Apache Cordova is a project of The Apache Software Foundation (ASF).

:warning: Report issues on the Apache Cordova issue tracker

Requires

Cordova Android Developer Tools

We recommend using the Cordova command-line tool to create projects and be able to easily install plugins.

However, the following scripts can be used instead:

./bin/create [path package activity] ... creates the ./example app or a cordova android project
./bin/check_reqs ....................... checks that your environment is set up for cordova-android development
./bin/update [path] .................... updates an existing cordova-android project to the version of the framework

These commands live in a generated Cordova Android project. Any interactions with the emulator require you to have an AVD defined.

./cordova/clean ........................ cleans the project
./cordova/build ........................ calls `clean` then compiles the project
./cordova/log   ........................ streams device or emulator logs to STDOUT
./cordova/run   ........................ calls `build` then deploys to a connected Android device. If no Android device is detected, will launch an emulator and deploy to it.
./cordova/version ...................... returns the cordova-android version of the current project

Using Android Studio

  1. Create a project
  2. Import it via “Non-Android Studio Project”