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From Filip Maj <>
Subject Re: [DISCUSS] Add Ripple support to cordova-cli
Date Tue, 19 Mar 2013 23:14:32 GMT
I would like to see Ripple support completely replace the "cordova server"
command - they both do the same thing but Ripple is better tailored at
doing the server+emulation job.

On 3/9/13 12:08 PM, "Brian LeRoux" <> wrote:

>Yes, this is awesome, think a Ripple command is good while we suss it
>out: `cordova emulate ripple` or even just `cordova ripple`.
>Eventually I'd think we'd want `cordova emulate` to just default to
>Ripple once it feels baked enough.
>On Thu, Mar 7, 2013 at 11:12 AM, Gord Tanner <> wrote:
>> Hello everyone,
>> I made a quick prototype to add support for using ripple from the
>> cordova-cli [1].
>> Currently I just added a new command called ripple that calls the
>> emulate command and then starts the ripple server to point to it.  It
>> then launch the default browser (cross platform) which will launch your
>> in ripple.  This does not require the plugin to be installed as Ripple
>> functioning as a proxy / web app.
>> I have a question on how to handle this command:
>> - Should this be a flag on the "cordova emulate" command?
>> The Command could ether be:
>> cordova serve <platform> [port] --ripple
>> or
>> cordova ripple <platform> [port]
>> There are also a couple of todos:
>> - Ripple needs to be published to npm and we should install it via that,
>> currently I am just cloning via git.  This will happen soon and is just
>> temp hack.
>> - Ripple is currently starting its own server, we should allow the
>> emulate" middleware to be usable by ripple
>> - Ripple should allow us to pick the device we want to launch on.  If I
>> launch using blackberry I shouldn't have ripple emulate an iPhone.
>> [1]

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