Cordova

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Synonyms for Cordova

Spanish explorer who discovered Yucatan (1475-1526)

a city in southern Spain

a city in central Argentina

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With the Apache Cordova framework, Akvelon is able to leverage our existing HTML5 skills to deliver a high quality app experiences that many companies including Microsoft, Intel, IBM, RIM, Google, Salesforce, Dropbox and Telerik actively support and use," stated Toby Rawlinson, Akvelon's Partnership Manager.
NET and Xamarin or hybrid applications with Apache Cordova.
0, which focuses on platform extensibility and developer productivity by supporting a greater range of open standards and open source technologies, such as OData, REST APIs, WebSockets, OSGi, HTML5 and Apache Cordova, and by offering common SDKs across different application architectures, including a WYSIWYG development environment for HTML5 apps
Key software technologies discussed included Adobe PhoneGap, jQuery Mobile, HTML5, and Apache Cordova.
MS Open Tech is helping developers reach more people in more ways across multiple devices by engaging with a variety of standards organizations, such as DMTF, ECMA, IETF, OASIS, W3C, ISO/IEC, and open source communities, including Apache Cordova, Apache Qpid, Blink, Cocos2D, Doctrine, Drupal, Joomla, JQuery, MongoDB, Mozilla, Node.
5 ships with an upgraded version of Apache Cordova (a platform for building native mobile applications using HTML, CSS and JavaScript) that enables generation of native client-side apps for multiple platforms, as well as easy testing and maintenance of mobile projects.
In addition, rather than developing native apps for each mobile platform, whether iOS, Android or Windows Phone, developers can create apps powered by Apache Cordova (also known as PhoneGap) that run across multiple mobile devices, leveraging open-standards such as HTML5 & JavaScript.
Rather than coding native apps for each mobile platform, whether iOS, Android or Windows Phone, developers can create apps powered by Apache Cordova (also known as PhoneGap) that run across multiple mobile devices.