In conjunction with the release of PhoneGap 2.7, Adobe has announced that they are dropping support for everything before PhoneGap 2.0. This includes version 1.9, which is less than one year old.
The recently released Windows Azure updates include support for Hadoop service, HTML5/JS, CORS, PhoneGap including Mercurial, Dropbox, CodePlex and Bitbucket deployment integration.
Filepicker.io enables you to upload and store files from your own application via Facebook, Dropbox, Instagra, Flickr and etc including from your own computer.
The latest release of PhoneGap provides support for Windows Phone 8, InAppBrowser and also several improvements and bug fixes.
Now that the dust has settled on the unveiling of Oracle’s Application Development Framework (ADF) Mobile, InfoQ examines the reactions to the product from the community.
InfoQ's research initiative continues with a 4th question: "What are the Most Important and Mature Cross Platform Mobile Tools?". This is a new service we hope will provide you with up-to-date & bias-free community-based insight into trends & behaviors that affect enterprise software development. Unlike traditional vendor/analyst-based research, our research is based on answers provided by YOU.
Adobe will continue offering PhoneGap as a Cordova distribution along with PhoneGap Build and Adobe Shadow.
PhoneGap now supports all native functionality on Windows Phone 7 being on par with iOS and Android.
In what’s becoming a tradition, Microsoft has once again confused the version numbers of one of their key products. In brief what you need to target Windows Phone 7.5 is the Windows Phone 7.1 SDK and the August 2011 build of the Windows Phone Toolkit. Or you can give the PhoneGap beta a spin.