What You Missed This Week

If you couldn't follow us during the week we're happy to confirm that DMXzone Cordova Builder has been released on Wednesday. You can watch its super-useful video tutorials and learn quickly how to work with this awesome DMXzone extension. In the list below you'll find the full list of DMXzone content that's been publish for the past few days.

Until next Wednesday DMXzone Cordova Builder is on sale and you can get it with discount so be quick! 


Build Dynamic, Database-driven Mobile Apps

One of the biggest advantages of our newly released DMXzone Cordova Builder extension is that it allows you to build static as well as dynamic, database-driven mobile apps. Needless to say, you can use almost any DMXzone extension for your apps. Simply design it in Dreamweaver and DMXzone Cordova Builder will do the rest for you. When it comes to dynamic mobile apps, it's pretty simple if you follow our step by step video tutorial below. HTML5 Data Bindings and DMXzone Database Connector PHP/ASP are your savior with their built-in connection wizards.

DMXzone Cordova Builder Released and on Sale

We're extremely proud to announce a long awaited Dreamweaver extension - DMXzone Cordova Builder. It allows you to define, generate and build mobile applications based on Apache Cordova (formerly known as PhoneGap), empower and replace the old deprecated Dreamweaver PhoneGap build. With this awesome tool it's possible to deploy your app build in regular HTML5 and CSS as a mobile app to all of the major mobile platforms like iOS, Android, Windows Phone, BlackBerry 10, Amazon Fire OS, Firefox OS and more. If you missed our video tutorials during the week, make sure to watch them before purchasing this tool.

Until next Wednesday DMXzone Cordova Builder is on sale and you can get it with discount so be quick!

DMXzone Cordova Builder Features Part 2

We're just a few hours away from publishing the DMXzone Cordova Builder but until then you can check part 2 of our features in detail article. You can learn more about our smart Cordova command line shell and how to use platform native commands in it. When you run Cordova commands you will see a nice progress circle that you can even cancel if you want to stop the process. Also full color coding is supported so you will see various messages in different colors depending on their status. In addition, the extension comes with great support for BlackBerry 10 simulator and you can try your apps directly in it. These and more you'll find in the list below.

BlackBerry, Windows and Amazon Fire OS Apps
We have three more awesome video tutorials that will teach you how to build apps for BlackBerry 10, Windows and Amazon Fire OS, using our upcoming DMXzone Cordova Builder.  The extension is based on Apache Cordova, can be used locally and you can be sure, that it will be updated regularly to the latest Cordova components versions. So make sure to check all video tutorials that we released this week and stay tuned for the official release tomorrow!
DMXzone Cordova Builder Features in Detail

Just two days before the official release of DMXzone Cordova Builder, here are the long awaited features in detail, which will show you what our developers packed in this amazing Dreamweaver extension. From native mobile development with HTML5 and CSS to support for all major platforms such as iOS, Android, Windows Phone, BlackBerry 10, Amazon Fire OS and Firefox OS, it's all possible with this amazing tool. All you need to do is install all the needed components and you're ready to create your app and run it within the emulator or on your connected device.

Set Up a Site and Build Apps for iOS

We pretty much covered everything you need to know about building apps for Android. Today we have two more video tutorials, which will show you how it's done if you're developing for iOS. There isn't much difference because the very same system check is performed for iOS and if you don't have some of the components you'll be notified to install them. Once everything is done, you can create your app and run it within the emulator or on your connected device.

Run Apps on Android Emulator or Connected Device

Yesterday we showed you how to set up a Cordova site if you're developing for Android platform. In today's follow up video tutorial we'll focus on how to run your app in Android Emulator or on your connected Android device so you can experience your project live and see how it looks. But before that you need to create your app, which is easily done from the index page within the Cordova site in Dreamweaver. For the creation you can use any DMXzone extension and once you're done, you can choose whether to run the app on an Android emulator or you can connect your Android device and run the app on it. Make sure to check out the video below and stay tuned for more coming tomorrow.

Setting Up a Cordova Site for Android

We continue with our video tutorials series, which we highly recommend you to watch before purchasing the DMXzone Cordova Builder extension next week. As easy as it is once everything is set up, this Dreamweaver tool differs from any other so today we'll show you how to set up a Cordova site if you're developing for Android platform. The process is pretty simple as you only need to select a folder for your project, enter a title, an ID, and the DMXzone Cordova Builder will do the rest for you. If you're missing any of the needed components you'll be notified promptly. When you have them all you're ready to go.

Learn the Basics of DMXzone Cordova Builder

This week we will walk you through the process of working with our upcoming release - the DMXzone Cordova Builder. It's very important to know that it requires installation of certain components before you start creating your awesome apps. Once you're done with the installation everything becomes a kids' game. Of course, our developers made the system check super easy and even if you don't have everything installed you'll be notified with a link to download it. Great, isn't it? So make sure to check out our other video tutorials, which we will publish in the next few days before we release the extension officially.

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