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Aria Templates' Kitchen Sink

The Kitchen Sink is a showcase application which demonstrates how mobile applications and websites can be implemented with Aria Templates.

A demo site is available at http://ariatemplates.com/mobile/kitchensink/.

It has been tested in the default browsers of the following mobile platforms:

  • iOS (5.1.1, 6.1.3 and 7.0.2)
  • Android (2.3.6, 4.2.2 and 4.3)
  • BlackBerry 10
  • Windows Phone 8

In addition, it has also been tested on the latest version of these modern browsers:

  • Chrome
  • Firefox
  • IE 10
  • Opera
  • Safari

Usage

To use it, there is a set of scripts that are available after the usual npm install:

  • npm run-script lint: runs JShint, verifies lowercase and checks files indentation
  • npm run-script build: packages the Kitchen Sink with atpackager and put the results in target/www folder
  • npm run-script startServerDev: starts a webserver to run the Kitchen Sink in dev mode (at http://localhost:8080/)
  • npm run-script startServerProd: performs a build and starts a webserver to run the Kitchen Sink in packaged mode (at http://localhost:8080/)
  • npm run-script android: performs a build and then creates, compiles and deploys on device a Cordova application for Android
  • npm run-script blackberry10: performs a build and then creates, compiles and deploys on device a Cordova application for BlackBerry 10
  • npm run-script ios: performs a build and then creates, compiles and deploys on simulator a Cordova application for iOS
  • npm run-script wp8: performs a build and then creates, compiles and deploys on device a Cordova application for Windows Phone 8

Creating Cordova applications

Creating applications requires to have the SDK installed for the targeted platform. To set this up, have a look at the Platform Guides in Cordova documentation.

On top of that, here are a few more recommendations.

All platforms

  • The computer must have access to the Internet as Cordova will download and cache files in %HOME%/.cordova folder
  • Scripts must be run in a terminal with administrative rights

Android

Starts the adb daemon first, for example by typing adb devices in the terminal.

Blackberry 10

Creates a debug token named blackberry10debugtoken.bar for your device. Installs it on the device, and copies it in %HOME%/.cordova More information on developer.blackberry.com

npm run-script blackberry10 will fail the first time it is run, simply run it again.

Finally, device information must be edited in the config section of the package.json file.

iOS

Scripts cannot deploy the application automatically on a device, the project has to be opened in XCode. But it can deploy it to the simulator, if ios-sim is installed.

Windows Phone 8

Make sure that msbuild.exe 32bits version is in the PATH (e.g. C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v4.0.30319).

Changelog

28th October 2013

  • Upgrade to AT 1.4-11
  • New layout for tablet and desktop
  • New flat design
  • New UI components page: Editable List
  • Improvement of the Sliders, Overlays and Tooltip pages
  • Management of all dependencies with NPM (AT, iScroll, Cordova)
  • New scripts to create, compile and deploy Cordova applications for Android, BlackBerry 10, iOS and Windows Phone 8
  • Added resources (icons, splashcreens) for Cordova applications
  • Added documentation

13th August 2013

  • Upgrade to AT 1.4-7
  • Integration of new HTML widgets
  • New "mobile-like" side menu
  • Header animation decoupled from the main page one
  • Address bar hiding in iOS browsers (Safari, Chrome)
  • New About and Change Log pages

1st August 2013

  • Upgrade to AT 1.4-6
  • Bug fixing
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