Cordova/PhoneGap is a mobile development framework that enables us to build applications for mobile devices using JavaScript, HTML5, and CSS3, instead of device-specific languages. This means we can develop quickly and easily for multiple platforms without having to engineer each application for each system.

Cordova/PhoneGap is extendable with native plug-ins which allows us to add functionality that can be called from JavaScript, allowing for direct communication between the native layer, and the HTML5 page.

Cordova/PhoneGap is a free and open source framework that allows you to create mobile apps using standardized web APIs for the platforms you care about.

Cordova/PhoneGap Services

Native, Hybrid & Web On All Platforms

Power your mobile web, hybrid and native apps all from one powerful platform. Cordova/PhoneGap can even be embedded into existing native applications to leverage any existing investments.

One platform!

Integrate Cross Channel Marketing

With the power of Adobe’s Marketing Cloud we can push messages, analytics, targeting and content optimization across all your mobile properties whether they’re mobile web, native, or hybrid.

Cloud based marketing

Mobile Application Management

We can control access and distribution based on roles, function, testing, staging, and production. This allows us to easily view and test our apps in different stages of development.

Test and view at all stages

Flexibility of Development

Cordova/PhoneGap enables wrapping up of HTML, CSS and Javascript code depending upon the platform of the device. It extends the features of HTML and Javascript to work with the device. The resulting applications are hybrid, meaning that they are neither truly native nor purely web-based. This gives us great flexibility in creating mobile applications for you.

Mix and match snippets

PhoneGap framework embeds HTML5 code inside a native WebView on the device.

PhoneGap currently supports development for the operating systems Apple iOS, BlackBerry, Google Android, LG webOS, Microsoft Windows Phone (7 and 8), Nokia Symbian OS, Tizen (SDK 2.x), Bada, Firefox OS, and Ubuntu Touch.