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How to store parameters for my app (phonegap)


How to store parameters for my app (phonegap)

By : Shahin R. Ajvazi
Date : November 14 2020, 04:48 PM
I wish this helpful for you In case you want to have user data with possibility for those users to be logged in and out, and since you are gonna use database anyway for your project, you should absolutely use that to store the information. The files are okay for that purpose too, if you don't want to use database (which actually are files on disk anyway). What I've read & heard localStorage isn't the most efficient solution to store data (at least when more data is stored).
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Phonegap: easiest way to store data / Phonegap reference

Phonegap: easiest way to store data / Phonegap reference


By : Michael Hall
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
This might help you Update 2015
The answer below is very out date (and since it recently got an upvote I thought I better readdress it), the Cordova Docs is now the definitive place for documentation, though currently the plugin docs link to the NPM pages which are kind of in transition and a mess. As for the best way to store date, sqllite database that was built into webkit is either gone or deprecated. Lawnchair has been the defacto standard for the past 5 years, as you could swap storage engines in and out, LocalStorage is the simplest way to store data, but beware you around a 5 megs maximum (and I have run into corruption issues with it). I would recommend looking at something like sqllite plugin if you need more than 5 megs (it also has a LawnChair adaptor), or PouchDB and its Cordova Adaptor if you need syncronization to the cloud.
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By : Amozeshkadeh Gazitab
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
This might help you You can use a properties file (simple text file) with content like this:
code :
key1 = value1
key2 = value2
import java.util.ResourceBundle;
...
ResourceBundle rb = ResourceBundle.getBundle("MyResources");
String myValue1 = rb.getString("key1");
How to get an Serverside Value to the phonegap parameters

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By : Assaf
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
may help you . You would need to add brackets to the getDocument portion also so that it reads Document1.getDocument().getUniversalID(). This might resolve the issue you had.
PhoneGap application built with "PhoneGap Build" submission to App Store

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By : Rufus T
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish did fix the issue. It turns out that it was a PhoneGap Build bug. The old certificates seem to have been cached. I deleted the application (in PhoneGap Build) and all my certificate configurations. I created a new application and a new certificate configuration with the last good distribution certificates that I had previously used when I posted the question.
The build was successfuly accepted from the Application Loader.
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By : Tylor Hardwick
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
this will help Yes, you can use a background service. You can cordova plugin add cordova-plugin-background-mode Here's the github page if you need more info on it cordova-plugin-backgound-mode
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