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Currently we are working on adding Visual Studio 2015 support for Orubase. Please note that since Microsoft has officially built-in support for building Cordova apps within Visual Studio 2015, we will no longer be supporting the Orubase simulator and the Orubase developer app. We will instead integrate with Visual Studio Tools for Apache Cordova and provide Hybrid UI controls.
The current estimate for release is 13th August 2015
Disclaimer: The date for the release is tentative and not a commitment on our parts.
Please let us know if you have any concerns
Arun Kumar S
We could able to reproduce the reported issue with windows phone. It is an issue with Microsoft Visual Studio tools for apache Cordova. In Windows Phone App development, properties such as innerHTML and outerHTML are filtered in order to avoid the common security issues that can result from the unsafe handling of untrusted data.
Please check the below GitHub Location for more information:
While using this solution, the reported defect was solved but we could see some other issues like SVG icons and SVG elements are not rendered properly. This seems like an issue with Multi Hybrid application development with Visual Studio. We are trying to find the proper solution for this issue. We will update you the status regarding this issue on 02 September, 2015.
The above SVG issue will not be reproduced while deploying the app in windows phone using the xap (OrubaseUIDemo\platforms\wp8\Bin\Debug) file created while building the application. Please check the below link for “how to deploy the windows phone app using the windows phone application deployment tool”
Also, we are facing an issue with ajax navigation which is a defect with Apache Cordova. Please refer the below link for more details.
Note: This issue occurs specifically in windows phone. So if we use this solution for other platforms it won’t work.
We can fix this by altering the “Start Page” content as x-wmapp0://www/index.html in the config.xml file.
Regarding Query: Cannot see the Simulator.
We need more information regarding this query. Could you please let us know, which simulator you couldn’t see?
Regarding Query: Also does Orubase offer any tools for building and deploying especially to IOS?
As we already informed, we have completely integrated our Orubase framework with Visual Studio tools for Apache Cordova. So our mobile UI controls will work along with VS Tools for Apache Cordova and we are not providing any additional tools support for iOS build and deployment since Microsoft itself provided built-in support (need MAC machine) for it. Hence we recommend you to follow the steps provided in the below link.
Please check this and let us know if you have any cocnerns.
Arun Kumar S
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