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From Andrew Grieve <>
Subject Re: Intro + First contribution
Date Mon, 21 Jan 2013 15:34:39 GMT
Hi Yaniv!

Very excited to see new contributors! I think what you propose sounds great.

If you haven't seen it yet, be sure to give this wiki page a read through:

You'll need to sign an ICLA before committing any code.

Had a look at your commits, and they seem good to me :). You're right in
that the first step is to create JIRA issues for them, and mark the as "fix
for 2.4" so that we can use them for release notes and tracking purposes.


On Mon, Jan 21, 2013 at 4:41 AM, Yaniv De Ridder <> wrote:

> Hi,
> I would like to contribute to Cordova, more precisely to the iOS side of
> it but first of all let me present myself.
> I'm a computer scientist at Adobe in the Experience Design team mainly
> working on seed-products and researches. For more information you can look
> at my linkedIn profile:
> Recently for one of our project, we extensively used Cordova to produce an
> iOS app using web technologies and we ended up writing a bunch of native
> plugins which I think would be valuable contributions.
> I already started to factor out some of the enhancements we did into a
> fork of the cordova-ios github repo which you can find here:
> My first contribution is related to the splash screen in iOS:
> -  Splash-Screen Fade IN/OUT feature
> The first commit is about adding the ability to fade in and out the splash
> screen. It uses 2 new properties in the xml config file:
> 'FadeSplashScreen' a boolean to enable or disable the fading.
> 'FadeSplashScreenDuration' a float, which is the duration of the fade in
> seconds.
> - Cordova splash-screen enhancement with smooth iOS-like rotation on
> re-orientation
> The second commit is about nice and smooth rotation transition while the
> splash is still visible and reorienting the device. Before it was abruptly
> switching the image when the orientation changed which was not very
> iOS-like. I basically re-wrote the entire routine which to me looks simpler
> and 'just works'. This said, the previous routine seemed complex to me and
> I couldn't really understand why. So I hope that I didn't introduce a
> regression here.
> While I'm at it, I can also probably look at these 2 issues related to the
> splash screen in iOS:
> ---
> I believe at this point, the next step would be to open an issue for each
> on Jira ? and start getting some feedback from you guys before I do a pull
> request.
> Cheers,
> /yaniv

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