Telerik blogs
  • Mobile

    How to Build and Deploy to an iOS Device Using the Icenium Extension for Visual Studio

    It's easy to deploy to an iOS device for testing when you're using Icenium - even if you're working within Visual Studio on a Windows machine! In this post, Jim Cowart walks you through your options of using Icenium Ion and using a provisioning profile to easily install iOS apps while you develop.
    November 12, 2013
  • Mobile

    Everything Hybrid Web Apps Need to Know About the Status Bar in iOS7

    The switch to a translucent status bar has been problematic for hybrid web applications. In this article we'll discuss what the problem is and a few different approaches you can use to fix your apps.
    November 07, 2013
  • Mobile

    Remote Debugging Android Devices With jsHybugger

    Debugging in a simulated environment is an important step in developing hybrid mobile apps - but there will inevitably come a time where you need to debug on the device. Apple supports remote debugging for iOS 6+ devices (using Safari's developer tools) - but what option do you have if you need to remote debug on an Android device? Lucky for you, there is jsHybugger. In this post, we explore how jsHybugger enables helpful remote debugging features for Android devices.
    November 05, 2013
  • Release

    Telerik's Webinar Week Session on Icenium

    On November 1st, 2013, Jim Cowart and Rob Lauer led an hour-long webinar demonstrating the Icenium Extension for Visual Studio - going over how to get started writing hybrid mobile apps using Visual Studio, using Custom Cordova plugins and more. This post includes a link to the recording, as well as a few of the questions from our Q&A session at the end of the webinar.
    November 04, 2013
  • Mobile

    Latest Release of Icenium - iOS 7 Support, Visual Studio Extension Updates, and App Analytics

    A little more than one month ago, we announced the release of the new Icenium Extension for Visual Studio. Following up such a successful release was a daunting task, but I think you'll be as amazed as I am at what we have for you today. Starting right now, Icenium is shipping with full support for iOS 7 - and the latest release of our Visual Studio extension contains numerous updates to help complete the hybrid mobile development story within Visual Studio. And last, but not least, we are happy to announce integration with Telerik's new application analytics solution: EQATEC.
    October 31, 2013