Author: Christopher J. Brody
License: BSD 3-Clause or commercial
I can hereby testify that this project is completely my own work and not subject to agreements with any other parties. In case of code written under direct guidance from sample code the link is given for reference. In case I accept contributions from any others I will require CLA with similar statements. License is subject to change, and this project may be dedicated to the public domain at some point in the future.
file://aqaq and receive a callback in the
aqcallback function. This is similar to the native Android part of @brodybits / aq-query-test-android working within a Cordova plugin.
This is also tested working from a web worker. This will be used to support sqlite access from a web worker.
Major tips & tricks
- Specifies configuration in
plugin.xmlto initialize this plugin on startup, THANKS to cordova-plugin-whitelist
Enforce use of secret bridge code, like the Cordova framework does.
Other major limitations
- No queueing built-in