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Adobe Launches PhoneGap 3.0 With New Plug-In Architecture, APIs And Better Tools


Adobe today launched version 3.0 of its PhoneGap open source mobile app development platform. PhoneGap has long been one of the most popular tools for developers who want to write cross-platform mobile apps in HTML5, CSS and JavaScript.

With this update, PhoneGap introduces a new plug-in architecture that, the company says, “keeps your app small and fast.” The new plug-in architecture, Adobe says, will allow developers to just include the APIs you need, and plug-ins will then be automatically installed or removed as needed.


With this release, Adobe is also adding two new APIs to its lineup: InAppBrowser for showing web pages in an app and a new Globalization API for checking a user’s locale and timezone.

Adobe has now aligned the command line tools developers can use to work with PhoneGap on different platforms. Previously, developers had to learn new vocabularies as they shifted between native platforms, but the company…

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