Email Composer with Attachments Plugin
The original source + commit history is no longer maintained. You can find it here:
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- callback: a js function that will receive return parameter from the plugin
- subject: a string representing the subject of the email; can be null
- body: a string representing the email body (could be HTML code, in this case set isHtml to true); can be null
- toRecipients: a js array containing all the email addresses for TO field; can be null/empty
- ccRecipients: a js array containing all the email addresses for CC field; can be null/empty
- bccRecipients: a js array containing all the email addresses for BCC field; can be null/empty
- isHtml: a bool value indicating if the body is HTML or plain text
- attachments: a js array containing all full paths to the files you want to attach; can be null/empty
- attachmentsData: a js array of fileName-fileData array pairs, e.g. [['filename1','base64data1'],['filename2','base64data2']]
I would like to say thanks to Guido Sabatini (https://github.com/phonegap/phonegap-plugins/blob/master/iOS/EmailComposerWithAttachments/) for the code we have (re)used and added extra functionalities to.
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