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What is PhoneGap?
PhoneGap’s relation to Apache Cordova
In 2011, PhoneGap codebase was donated to Apache Software Foundation (ASF) as a project incubating at Apache. PhoneGap became a distribution of Apache Cordova under the Apache License, Version 2.0. This ensures PhoneGap’s proper stewardship, this can also help big organizations contribute to the development of the project with ease. With this, PhoneGap remains free and open-source. Those who wanted to be contributors of the project, this site is the place to look for.
For those who are still confused between PhoneGap and Apache Cordova may refer on the blog released by PhoneGap. This blog described Apache Cordova as the "engine that powers PhoneGap, similar as to how Webkit is the engine that powers Chrome and Safari”.
- iPhone/iPhone 3G
- iPhone 3GS and newer
- Blackberry OS 6.0+
- Blackberry 10
- Windows Phone 8
- Firefox OS
Last year, PhoneGap was able to make additional support for iOS:
Jenkins is a cross-platform and an open source “extensible continuous integration" tool written in Java and created by Kohsuke Kawaguchi. Jenkins is licensed by MIT and had its first release in 2011. It is described as an application that monitors execution of repeated jobs. Currently, Jenkins is focused on the following jobs:
- Building/testing software projects continuously – with Jenkins’ so-called continuous integration system increases productivity by making changes made on projects now easier for developers and it’s also obtaining fresh build is now easier for users.
- Monitoring executions of externally-run jobs - examples are cron jobs and procmail jobs, even those that are run on a remote machine.
The following are the features offered by Jenkins:
- Easy installation: No need for additional install or database.
- Easy configuration: Configuration made easy using its web GUI with extensive error checks and inline help wherein configuration made easy.
- Change set support
- Permanent links
- RSS/E-mail/IM Integration: can monitor build results
- After-the-fact tagging of build
- JUnit/TestNG test reporting: can produce tables, summary and display with history information of JUnit test reports.
- Distributed builds/test loads to multiple computers
- File fingerprinting: can also be used for tracking dependency.
- Plugin Support