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From Igor Costa <>
Subject Re: HTML5DevConf Intro talk slides & interview
Date Wed, 28 May 2014 23:35:31 GMT
Great follow up Lisa.

That's a lot of questions surrounding the area about Cordova don't have a
UI for it. I've already posted while 2012 about that,

But this is loop question we always get in.

I know that it's hard to keep up with so many UI kits, frameworks for
mobile, but shouldn't be easy to newbie get into knowing that, I mean,
creating a section on

Helping peeps to understand how does it work in a dedication section on
site is far comprehensive. Specially including videos of introductions like
yours explanations in that area.


Igor Costa

On Wed, May 28, 2014 at 5:27 PM, Lisa Seacat DeLuca <>wrote:

> Just wanted to share this quick youtube interview from the HTML5DevConf
> last week:
> I gave my introductory Apache Cordova talk.  My slides are available on
> github here:
> I received a wide range of questions following my session including basic
> getting started Apache Cordova questions. the future direction of the
> Apache Cordova project, or confusion in recognizing that Cordova is merely
> the Native-web bridge and there is no user experience component.  I
> explained that developers are free to leverage any framework or UX
> techniques they wish, to create a seamless native look and feel.  For some
> reason many of the developers had a hard time wrapping their head around
> that.  It's almost like they expected the UI styling to be part of Cordova.
> It was so nice meeting some fellow Cordova guys.  I got to meet up with
> the Adobe team (Steve Gill, Lorin, Anis, Tim) and Don Coleman made a guest
> appearance at the PhoneGap hackathon on Wednesday evening.  :)
> Lisa
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