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Capacitor is a cross-platform API and code execution layer that makes it easy to call Native SDKs from web code and to write custom Native plugins that your app might need. Additionally, Capacitor provides first-class Progressive Web App support so you can write one app and deploy it to the app stores, and the mobile web. Capacitor is being designed by the Ionic Framework team as an eventual alternative to Cordova, though backwards compatibility with Cordova plugins is a priority and is actively being worked on. Capacitor can be used without Ionic Framework, but soon it'll become a core part of the Ionic developer experience.
Ionic Framework is the open-source mobile app development framework that makes it easy to build top quality native and progressive web apps with web technologies. Ionic Framework is based on Web Components and comes with many significant performance, usability, and feature improvements over the past versions.
Ionic is the open-source mobile app development framework that makes it easy to build top quality native and progressive web apps with web technologies. Ionic is based on Web Components and comes with many significant performance, usability, and feature improvements over the past versions.
A very usefull tool when working with electronics, from amature to engineer, ex. Converter: Fahrenheit-Celsius-Kelvin, Dec-Hex-Bin-Oct, etc. Calculator: Ohms Law, Coil Reactance, Capacitor Reactance, Thermal Resistant (C/W), Decibel (dB) etc.
This project is intended to provide a useful design tool for switched capacitor filters. The aim is to calculate the best implementation (with the smallest space needed) for such a filter. It will further be a tool for general filter design later.
Facebook has ended official support for our React Native wrapper around the Facebook SDKs for Android and iOS. We are pleased by the community's efforts that make the Facebook SDK for React Native a success. We believe the community is well equipped to address developer needs going forward. Note that our support for React Native continues and is not affected by this. The current version of the project will move to Facebook Archive. We recommend the community fork this repo into a new project that can be continuously maintained by the community. We encourage the community to make any necessary changes that they believe will enhance the functionality of the SDK moving forward.
The intention for this plugin is to make it community driven. We have created the initial version of the plugin to show how easy it is to use our native SDKs (iOS and Android) on the Cordova/Phonegap platforms. As features are added to the mSDK, we will be happy to review and merge any Pull Requests that add these features to the plugin.Please remove your local copies of the native sdks, the Plugin now includes sdks distributions as part of the source code to make integration and version parity easier to maintain.
Both PhoneGap and Apache Cordova are supported. PLAY_SERVICES_VERSION = (15.0.1) The Google Play Services SDK version. You need to specify the same version number with all other plugins. Check out the latest version here.
A new RC 3 is available: see release notes. Install it with yarn add react-native-google-signin@next. On May 15, the repo was moved to react-native-community, and we're looking for contributors to help get the project back up to speed see related issue.
A React Native module to help access and save events to iOS and Android calendars. This package assumes that you already have a React Native project or are familiar with React Native. If not, checkout the official documentation for more details about getting started with React Native.
⚠️ To install @react-native-community/async-storage, please refers to the package documentation. 📌 Don't forget to add permissions to AndroidManifest.xml for android and Info.plist for iOS (Xcode >= 8). See iOS Notes or Android Notes for more details.
Foundation of this library is based on Chris Brody's Cordova SQLite plugin. There are sample apps provided in test directory that can be used in with the AwesomeProject generated by React Native. All you have to do is to copy one of those files into your AwesomeProject replacing index.ios.js.
Google Analytics Bridge is built to provide an easy interface to the native Google Analytics libraries on both iOS and Android. The key difference with the native bridge is that you get a lot of the metadata handled automatically by the Google Analytics native library. This will include the device UUID, device model, viewport size, OS version etc.
A routing library for React Native that strives for sensible API parity with react-router. React Router community decided that a reducer-based paradigm similar to that of NavigationExperimental is better suited to native navigation. Transition to a reducer-based paradigm is also being discussed for the web. On the other hand, NavigationExperimental has no intention to support a React Router-like interface and leaves the navigation state up to the developer to maintain.
Important Note If the latest versions (0.8.0+) of this plugin are not working for you with Android on Cordova 5.0+, please try the suggestions in Issues 123. Google Play Services has been very confusing to integrate, but in recent months it has been simplified. This plugin uses the new simpler way (including it as a framework instead of bundling it which can conflict with other plugins bundling it), but if you previously installed this plugin some old files might still be lingering. Windows Phone users have to manually add the Google Analytics SDK for Windows 8 and Windows Phone to your solution. To do this, just open your Cordova solution in Visual Studio, and add the GoogleAnalyticsSDK package via NuGet. This plugin requires v1.3.0 or higher.
Helps you to embed Google Maps into your website, quickly create markers and controls menu for the locations on map. Download the latest version of Maplace.js and include the Google Maps API v3 along with jQuery.