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From Toplak Daniel <>
Subject AW: Introduction
Date Tue, 25 Nov 2014 14:07:59 GMT

at the moment the only work was done on the windows component, but the amount should be less
for OSX and Linux to get the core running. Chromium Embedded Framework is also available on
OSX and Linux. And the core (JS-Bridge, Plugin Management, Preferences) are nearly platform

To get this a first class Cordova platform many things have to be done (whitelist handling,
project management, and creation via templates, CLI integration, testings, etc.). Also the
current core was ported from around Cordova 3.0's iOS and Android version and is a bit outdated,
it should respect the features/interfaces from the current Cordova 4.x branches.


-----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
Von: Ian Clelland [] 
Gesendet: Dienstag, 25. November 2014 14:40
Betreff: Re: Introduction

Welcome, Daniel!

That's a really interesting project -- I'm looking forward to trying that out. How much work
(if any) has gone in to the OSX or Linux components?

Do you see this eventually becoming a first-class Cordova platform, or do you have different
plans for it?


On Tue Nov 25 2014 at 1:47:27 AM Toplak Daniel <> wrote:

> Hi,
> my name is Daniel Toplak, I am the team leader of the mobile 
> development department of CADENAS GmbH, Augsburg, Germany,
> We are using Cordova for our mobile app development since phonegap 2.6.
> We have signed the CCLA, and created an account on Jira.
> I have a cordova implementation based on CEF (Chromium Embedded 
> Framework) which is not yet production ready, but more a proof of concept:
> (my private github account)
> I'm following the dev list long ago and happy to contribute to a great 
> project.
> Mit freundlichen Grüßen / Best regards
> Head of Mobile Development
> Daniel Toplak

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