- November 8, 2014
Updating the Cordova version requires you to edit the platforms.js file found in:
You can change the version individually for each platform, tho I suggest you use the same version for all.
Also, it might be the case you’re looking to update only because of the Google Play warning regarding the high severity cross-application scripting (XAS) vulnerability found in Cordova 3.5.0. If so here you have the file updated to point to version 3.5.1 which fixes the mentioned vulnerability: platforms.js.
Note: In case you are using CTP 1 of the Hybrid Apps the path will be different:
- September 16, 2012
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Not long ago I’ve published my first app using the devcenter developer account and not the global publisher – and just a couple of days later (or should I say weeks) I started noticing crash reports for my app. Downloaded the stack trace data in hope that I could find out where the issue was but no luck – it gave me almost no info about the cause. All I know is that it has something to do with the browser.
- March 31, 2012
Google has long neglected one of the most popular and best sold devices ever – but all that ignorance ends today as Google releases their first NES product: Google Maps 8bit for NES.
The product has all of the features you got used to on the desktop version, including the street view:
- search for a street or place
- directions from one place or another
- voice search
- street view
- and the ability to save routes and locations
All this is made possible by Google’s cloud which is converting
For a quick trial head over to http://maps.google.com/ and click on the quest button at the top-right of the screen. Or watch the video above.