Hi ,

A year ago I built a hybrid app using apache cordova ,ionic integrating the salesforce sdk plugin. Cordova version used: 3.6.9. Salesforce SDK plugin version: used 2.21.
Now,when I try to update Cordova to 5.0.0 and salesforce plugin to 4.3(since Play Store rejects apps with cordova version less than 4.1.1) I am unable to build the project. I get a lot of errors in the java files of all the salesforce related plugins. Can someone please suggest a solution to this ?

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I have created Cordova android application with version 1 it worked till today, want to launch second version of the app from now with new feature. Changed the version in config.xml version 2, and created apk signed version with existing key-store and key password. Uploaded new version of apk to live server(not app-store) it is asking for new version but its not installing, Apk is created in Cordova CLI. What is the problem please help.

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I'm brand new to cordova but I'm noticing that my application seems to overrun the top bar that I'd just assumed I an app had no access to.

My app is using Boostrap 4 CSS (with flexbox) but otherwise nothing very interesting about it (it's content is wrapped in a "container-fluid" css class).

Is this a newbie mistake? Any words of wisdom from the crowd?


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Do some of you guys maybe know why my plugin is not working anymore? I know its because I upgraded from Cordova 4.0.0 to 5, but still... Does somebody know if the way of writing plugins is changed? My plugin is BarTinter, you can find it here --> https://github.com/developingwild/cordova-plugin-bartinter

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Hi all, can someone help me?
I tried in so many ways but I could not turn off ...
Thank you!

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hey guys anyone knows why localstorage with array doesn´t work at android device? it only works on web emulator.

i tried this code to create the array.
  
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Hello Google Play Developer,

Your app(s) listed at the end of this email utilize a version of Apache Cordova, an open-source mobile development framework, that contains one or more security vulnerabilities. If you have more than 20 affected apps in your account, please check theDeveloper Console for a full list.

Please migrate your app(s) to Apache Cordova v.4.1.1 or higher as soon as possible and increment the version number of the upgraded APK. Beginning May 9, 2016, Google Play will block publishing of any new apps or updates that use pre-4.1.1 versions of Apache Cordova.

The vulnerabilities were addressed in Apache Cordova 4.1.1. If you’re using a 3rd party library that bundles Apache Cordova, you’ll need to upgrade it to a version that bundles Apache Cordova 4.1.1 or later.

To confirm you’ve upgraded correctly, submit the updated version to the Developer Console and check back after five hours. If the app hasn’t been correctly upgraded, we will display a warning.

For information about the vulnerabilities, please see this Google Help Center article. For other technical questions, you can post to Stack Overflow and use the tag “android-security.”

While these specific issues may not affect every app that uses Apache Cordova, it’s best to stay up to date on all security patches. Apps with vulnerabilities that expose users to risk of compromise may be considered Dangerous Products in violation of the Content Policy and section 4.4 of the Developer Distribution Agreement.

Apps must also comply with the Developer Distribution Agreement and Content Policy. If you feel we have sent this warning in error, contact our policy support team through the Google Play Developer Help Center.

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Affected App(s) and Version(s):

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Generate a Release APK file in 3 easy steps for your Ionic Android app. Save time & submit to the Google Play Store.

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Hi all,
I have a problem with Cordova and FileSystem. I can't write a file on the native installation path of the app on the device (Cordova 5.3.3 and Android Lollipop). I tied several codes but despite the messages of success no file is written to the device memory.

The documentation seems to be obsolete.
Following one of the many codes that I tried to use with poor results:

//On tap o f button (or onDeviceReady):
window.requestFileSystem(LocalFileSystem.PERSISTENT, 0, gotFS, fail);

//Then:
function gotFS(fileSystem) {
  console.log(fileSystem.root);
  fileSystem.root.getFile("test.txt", { create: true }, gotFileEntry, fail);
}

function gotFileEntry(fileEntry) {
  fileEntry.createWriter(gotFileWriter, fail);
}

function gotFileWriter(writer) {
  writer.onwrite = function (evt) {
    alert("write success");
  };
  writer.write("We are testing")

}

function fail(error) {
  if (error.code == 1) {
    alert('not found');
  }
  alert(error.code);
}


Thanks in advance,
Michele
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