A video demonstrating how to install the Ripple emulator and use it for PhoneGap development.
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This is a really nice Emulator that lets you test your App directly from the Application Craft IDE. This means that you don't have to compile a native app at all for most device features. So, once you do compile, you have got rid of most issues where testing and iterating is simplest and quickest.
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Tutorial to create a simple day planner app using HTML5 and JQuerymobile.
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The NE-ONE Emulator has been designed with ease-of-use in mind. its intelligent user interface which is designed to make setting up and running a real-world test network achievable in a few minutes. It eliminates the need to spend hours learning complex tools with cumbersome tabular interfaces and scripting. Instead, use your preferred browser (no plug-in required) and select the required values using pre-populated network parameters from drop-down menus. Key features include: - Geolocation Network Latency Calculator - Predefined Network Link Types & Properties - Network Scenario Builder - Multiple Concurrent Paths - Dual Hop/Last Mile Emulation - More than 50 Network Impairments - Graphs & Statistics - CLI, Multi-user/Multi-tenancy and more… The Network Scenario allows you to rapidly create a chronological network experience by simply combining multiple network types and conditions running over a graphically represented timeline. The realism of these test scenarios is further enhanced by selecting from intelligent built-in transitions between each network segment to fully represent what happens in the real world. It comes pre-installed with some useful ready-to-go scenarios to help you get started. Contact iTrinegy for a trial - [email protected] www.itrinegy.com
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Join Senior BlackBerry Developer Evangelist Tom Anderson to learn about packaging and launching your applications in Ripple, our awesome open source emulator. How do we package? What about signing? How do we launch on the simulator? Take a few minutes and get up to speed.
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Test mobile and responsive web pages on your desktop by adding Chrome Extension. Select the most common mobile screen resolutions with a single mouse click. The page of the active tab will open in a separate window. Main features: - works with local files too - selected screen resolutions with a click - open all defined screen resolutions - pixel correct window size for all Windows versions, Linux and Mac OS - auto scaling of windows to fit screen - same scrollbars as in mobile devices - use of a mobile user agent - option to show real screen sizes Mobile Browser Emulator Chrome Extension Link: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/mobile-browser-emulator/lbofcampnkjmiomohpbaihdcbjhbfepf?hl=en
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Up and Running with Android PhoneGap/Cordova Development part 3-3 Install Ripple Emulator
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Accede gratis al curso completo en Zenva Lounge: http://lounge.zenva.com/apps-de-blackberry-10-con-html5/ Accede al lounge para descargar el código fuente del curso. En Zenva tenemos cursos online de desarrollo de apps y videojuegos de iOS, Android y BlackBerry. Visita nuestros otros cursos en: www.zenva.com/es/elearning Este video tutorial muestra cómo correr una app de HTML5, el ejemplo Kitchen Sink en este caso, en el emulador Ripple.
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Demo for my classmates about how to create a Cordova app on Windows, using PowerShell, Node, ripple emulator and more Lastly showing how to deploy and test the app directly on to a physical Android device using the Cordova built-in functions.
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Anywhere your code runs, Visual Studio can debug it – whether your code is running on an iOS, Android or Windows device, an emulator or simulator, or a browser-based debug target like Ripple. In this Connect(“Learn”); tutorial we’ll show you how!
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How to run web on mobile - Emular Phonegap on Google Chrome con Ripple
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Curso de Phonegap e Cordova completo e gratuito com certificado: http://loiane.training Site: http://loiane.training Blog: http://loiane.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/loianegroner Github: https://github.com/loiane Twitter: https://twitter.com/loiane
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We are covering Aptana setup, Ripple emulator setup, our first Phonegap app and how to build an app. Video resources: Github.com/ruskey86 Fix Ripple Emulator: --allow-file-access-from-files Aptana Studio 3: http://www.aptana.com/products/studio3/download Remote Database access with Phonegap: http://coenraets.org/blog/2011/10/sample-application-with-jquery-mobile-and-phonegap/
Views: 44583 Nathan Hedglin
An in-depth review of how to take advantage of the new Ripple Editing feature in SONAR. Ripple Editing provides a convenient way to rearrange sections of a song and maintain sync relationships without leaving unintended gaps between clips. When adjusting the position of a clip in the Track view, SONAR will automatically adjust the start position of all subsequent clips to compensate for the change. Users may choose to ripple edit just the selection, or all tracks as well as meter/key changes, tempo changes, and markers. Supported gestures include; Cut, Copy, Paste, Move, and Delete. Use these gestures on Tracks or Buses and the automation will also follow.
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In this session we will create a Hello World using phonegap and you will learn how to run this app in you local browser. If you have not installed Phonegap, please do it now, check our previous video, to learn how to install phonegap in a mac: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p9raywkg5cA You will need ripple extension for Google Chrome, you can install it in this link: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/ripple-emulator-beta/geelfhphabnejjhdalkjhgipohgpdnoc
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Told you this wasn't going to involve vib-ribbon! This is a series where I'll be trying to get all of the Gold Crowns by bouncing on pictures to collect all of the Petas while simultaneously avoiding Boonchies and revealing their spots which isn't actually required, on all 60 Stages! Now, what I just said probably confused the hell out of you. Don't worry, everything will make sense once I explain all of that! In fact, not even I know everything because I've only gone up to Stage 10! And I'm doing a 100% series, anyway! Yay! The explanation is SO long that YouTube didn't allow me to put it in the description, so here it is on Pastie, instead: http://pastie.org/pastes/9880997/text Onto the stages! Stage 1: A breather, since I believe it's the only stage that has no Boonchies. However, even as the very first stage in the game, it's already a bit tricky to find all Petas, because there are TWO Petas stuffed inside the blue marble, and since all of the other marbles only have one (white marble has nothing), it can be easy to assume there's only one in the blue marble as well. Stage 2: The first Boonchie and Boonchie spot! These lil' Boonchies move at a snail's pace and turn very slowly, but they still hurt! There's also a packful of monkeys in a chocolate cake (for some inexplicable reason), and at that point, you'll become Super-Vibri and find out the game hid another Peta on a spot where it looks like any other spot on the plate! But because of the reveal, it's not that bad. Stage 3: Remember the trick about getting several Petas at once? This stage, when going for the Gold Crown, makes that MANDATORY. If you try to get every Peta, one at a time, even without revealing that one Boonchie spot, you'll BARELY lose. Other than that, trying to remember every single Peta spot is a bit tricky, what with all of the tiles and all. Stage 4: Black Petas are probably some of the more jerkish Petas to get, since Super-Vibri will FAINTLY highlight them. There is one stage a bit later on where the game takes advantage of that and decides to be evil. That aside, they are clumped up in the floor, and then the rest of the Petas are in the X-section, so besides the Black Petas, this stage isn't so bad! This was played via the PCSX2 emulator (v1.2.1). Wonder if there's a way to play custom stages! Speaking of emulation, something to note, this game somehow manages to be SMALLER in file size than vib-ribbon. I don't get it either.
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In this tutorial, the PhoneGap GeoLocation demo application will be run inside the tinyHippos Ripple Mobile Environment Emulator. To learn more, please visit us at http://ripple.tinyhippos.com Source code is available at: https://github.com/tinyhippos/ripple_demo
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SUBSCRIBE for more Region Locked ► http://bit.ly/DYKG2_Subscribe Smash Bros Censored in Japan ► http://bit.ly/2yYs5RR More Region Locked ► http://bit.ly/2ya5peo In this episode, Region Locked takes a look at Japan's exclusive experimental PlayStation 2 (PS2) Game: Vib Ripple. Through our analysis of this weird PS2 game and its gameplay, we hope you learn some fun facts about Vib Ripple and have the making of it explained here on Did You Know Gaming 2. Follow DYKG on: Dazz|Greg: http://bit.ly/TwitDazz Twitter: http://bit.ly/DYKGTwitter Instagram: http://bit.ly/DYKGInsta Facebook: http://bit.ly/DYKGFacebook Website: http://bit.ly/DYKGSite
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In this part we will create Android Project using Cordova, then add Android Platform to it. We will modify small code, then emulate it using Ripple :)
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In this video I show you how to get started building a Apache Cordova app in Visual Studio 2015. I recently gave a presentation about Cordova. This was one of the demos. I start a new Cordova project in Visual Studio. I use NPM to add jQuery, jQuery-mobile and Grunt to the project and show how you can use Grunt to copy the dependencies to your www folder. I add some simple UI in HTML and I show how to make a call to a API that provides some weather data to the app. I use the Ripple emulator in Chrome to test it out. You can find the source at github at https://github.com/sorskoot/WeatherDemo Twitter: http://twitter.com/sorskoot Blog: http://winjs.ninja Music: http://www.bensound.com/ Intro video: http://www.beeple-crap.com/
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Creating and installing your phonegap app in your device by using build.phonegap.com service. Also you will see how to run your app in your phone without creating a distribute package by using Phonegap App emulator.
Views: 1540 Jose Torres