What is the state of whitelisting in phonegap 1.3.0?

The whitelist is present on both iOS and Android, but not other platforms yet. Under iOS, it goes under the name of “External Hosts,” which is explained here: http://wiki.phonegap.com/w/page/41631150/PhoneGap%20for%20iOS%20FAQ Q. Links to and imported files from external hosts don’t load? A. The latest code has the new white-list feature. If you are referencing external hosts, … Read more

Hover effects using CSS3 touch events

Use the :active pseudo-class in your css, then add ontouchstart=”” and onmouseover=”” to the body tag. The following code is excerpted from my site, in which I have buttons that get smaller and glow white when hovered(on pcs) or held down(on touch devices) <style> .boxbutton:active{ -webkit-transform:scale(0.9); -moz-transform:scale(0.9); -ms-transform:scale(0.9); -o-transform:scale(0.9); transform:scale(0.9); -webkit-box-shadow:0px 0px 20px #FFF; -moz-box-shadow:0px … Read more

Flutter (Dart): Exceptions caused by rendering / A RenderFlex overflowed

This is a pretty common issue to run into, especially when you start testing your app on multiple devices and orientations. Flutter’s Widget gallery has a section covering the various scrolling widgets: https://flutter.io/widgets/scrolling/ I’d recommend either wrapping your entire content in a SingleChildScrollView, or using a scrolling ListView. EDIT: This question and answer have gotten … Read more

How does Codename One work?

Codename One has an optional SaaS approach so this might (and probably will) change in the future to accommodate improved architectures. Notice that Codename One also provides an option to build offline which means corporations that have policies forbidding such cloud architectures can still use Codename One with some additional overhead/complexity. It also means you … Read more

Programmatic SMS [closed]

Use http://www.twilio.com/ They have a REST interface to send SMS’s and even to establish phone calls or receive phone calls. You even get 30$ credits to try it out. Def. the cheapest solution you will find.

Div show/hide media query

I’m not sure, what you mean as the ‘mobile width’. But in each case, the CSS @media can be used for hiding elements in the screen width basis. See some example: <div id=”my-content”></div> …and: @media screen and (min-width: 0px) and (max-width: 400px) { #my-content { display: block; } /* show it on small screens */ … Read more