Dissecting Phonegap's architecture

By : Thejaswi Puthraya

Apache Cordova is a open source cross-platform framework for building native mobile applications using HTML, CSS and JavaScript. It started off as Phonegap, a project of Nitobi Software before it was acquired by Adobe Systems. The code for the platform was donated to the Apache Software foundation and is currently being incubated as "Apache Cordova".

Phonegap is now a distribution of Apache Cordova (analogous to Ubuntu being a Linux distribution) brought to you by Adobe. Since Apache Cordova is licensed under the permissive Apache Software License, Adobe Phonegap may technically be integrated with proprietary software (though there's no evidence ...

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