A lot of the height attained by Tiggr Mobile Apps Builder as a mobile development platform comes from “standing on the shoulders of Giants.” One of those Giants is PhoneGap. So, when the people at PhoneGap asked Exadel’s Max Katz to post an article on their blog about how Exadel’s Tiggr works with PhoneGap, he jumped at the chance resulting in the article, “Building Mobile Apps in the Cloud with Tiggr and PhoneGap” posted just last week.
Max fills in a lot of details in his article, but, at a general level, it’s pretty straightforward. PhoneGap allows an app to go native, to access device-level features (like operating the camera), through a cross-device-platform API. Tiggr includes the PhoneGap library as part of each native app project.
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Here’s a big thank-you to the people at PhoneGap for mentioning the article (and Tiggr) in their December newsletter!