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Telerik Admin asked on 21 Jul 2014, 11:12 AM
In this thread you will find the latest Telerik Platform support resources. This week's dose of new tutorials and posts are:

AppBuilder
Verified Plugins Marketplace: Your Source for Verified Cordova/PhoneGap Plugins
This post describes the new Verified Plugins Marketplace which contains a set of free-to-use fully documented plugins that come with easy to follow code samples.

Backend Services
Responsive Images
This article will introduce you to the newly available Responsive Images functionality
Integrating ASP.NET with a 3rd Party Security Service
This blog post discusses how to integrated the ASP.NET security model with the security services available in the Telerik Platform.




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answered on 05 Aug 2014, 09:13 AM
This week's dose of new tutorials and posts are:

AppBuilder
An Overview of Telerik AppBuilder 7/31/14 Release
This post describes what's new and improved in the latest version of AppBuilder. 
AppBuilder Command Line for the Rest of Us
This is a step by step look at how to set up AppBuilder CLI on both PC and Mac.
Running Apps in the Native Emulators
This section describes how to launch the native device emulators provided with the native platform software development kits (SDKs) from AppBuilder.
Third-Party Frameworks
This article describes AppBuilder'sintegration with Bower, a third-party package manager.
Create a New Project
The article is updated to reflect the new starter Kendo UI project templates.
View the plugin.xml of a Core Plugin
Find how you can now view general information, the plugin.xml, and the plugin documentation for the core Apache Cordova plugins.
View the plugin.xml of an Integrated Plugin
Find how you can now view general information, the plugin.xml, and the plugin documentation for the Apache Cordova integrated plugins.
Update the code libraries in the AppBuilder command-line interface
You can quickly update the current version of the Kendo UI Core or Professional framework files used in your project through the AppBuilder CLI.

Backend Services
Responsive Images – There’s a Service for That!
This post describes the Responsive Images standalone service that is part of Telerik Backend Services.

Common
Adding Analytics to PhoneGap Apps Using Telerik Analytics
A post describing what the Telerik Analytics service is, how it works and how you can integrate it into your apps to track key aspects of things like usage and errors.
Hybrid Mobile App Command-Line Smackdown
A high-level comparison of three of the most popular command-line interfaces (CLIs) available today for hybrid mobile development.
Mobile Connectivity in iOS Apps
In this post we take a step back and look at the current state of mobile connectivity in iOS apps.
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Tina Stancheva
Telerik team
answered on 15 Sep 2014, 11:13 AM
Here are the latest new and updated tutorials along with a few interesting blogs:

AppBuilder
Working with the Telerik Verified Plugins
In this new section of the documentation you can find how to utilize the Apache Cordova plugins available in the Telerik Verified Plugins Marketplace to extend the functionality of your app.
Set a Plugin Variable
This article describes how to configure the values for any mandatory plugin variables declared in the plugin.xml.
Referencing the Telerik Verified Plugins in index.html and config.xml
See how to reference the Telerik verified plugins in your index.html files
Install a Telerik Verified Plugin
See how to install one or more of the Apache Cordova plugins from the Telerik Verified Plugins Marketplace to expand to functionality of your app.
Take Screenshots in the Simulator
Check out how to take screenshots of your running app in the AppBuilder Device Simulator.
Run Your App in the Native iOS Simulator
This article describes how to run your projects for hybrid mobile app development in the native iOS Simulator through AppBuilder.
Build and Publish Your iOS App to the App Store
The article is updated to reflect the latest changes introduced in the iTunes Connect publishing workflow
Simulate a Contacts Database
This article is updated to demonstrate how to work with contacts in the AppBuilder command-line interface on an OS X system
Reference the Custom Plugin in index.html and config.xml
This article is updated to describe how to reference a custom plugin in all available AppBuilder clients
Enable and Disable the Core Plugins
This articles is updated to describe how to enable and disable core plugins in your project in the AppBuilder command-line interface
Run Your App in the Native Windows Phone 8 Emulator
The article is updated to describe how you can run your app in the native Windows Phone 8 emulator from the AppBuilder command-line interface
Configure the Custom Plugin for Building Your App
This article is updated to describe how to configure a custom plugin in all available AppBuilder clients
Run Your App in the Native Android Emulator
The article is updated to describe how to run an app in the native Android emulator from the AppBuilder command-line interface
Configure the Icons and Splash Screens for Your App
This article is updated to describe how to configure the icons and splash screens for your project from the AppBuilder command-line interface
Configure Your Project for Android Mobile Testing
See how to enable the Telerik Mobile Testing integrated plugin for your project in the AppBuilder command-line interface to utilize Telerik Mobile Testing on an Andorid device
Configure Your Project for iOS Mobile Testing
See how to enable the Telerik Mobile Testing integrated plugin for your project in the AppBuilder command-line interface to utilize Telerik Mobile Testing on an iOS device
Configure Your Project for Windows Phone 8 Mobile Testing
See how to enable the Telerik Mobile Testing integrated plugin for your project in the AppBuilder command-line interface to utilize Telerik Mobile Testing on a Windows Phone 8 device
Using the Android Emulator with Hybrid Mobile Apps and Telerik AppBuilder
This post describes how to deploy your hybrid mobile app on an Android Emulator from AppBuilder and optimize your experience with it.
Using the Windows Phone 8 Emulator with Hybrid Mobile Apps and Telerik AppBuilder
This post describes how to deploy your hybrid mobile app on an Windows Phone 8 Emulator from AppBuilder.
Supercharge Your App Development with Ionic and AppBuilder<
This blog focuses on building hybrid mobile apps utilizing Ionic with AppBuilder

AppManager

Telerik AppManager September Release: Windows Phone Support, iOS Provisioning Improvements, and Full Product Access
Check out what the latest AppManager release brings

Backend Services
Duplicating Projects
This article describes how to a duplicate Telerik Backend Services project.

Common
Faster Text Analysis with the AYLIEN Cordova Verified Plugin
This blog is an introduction to the verified plug-in built by AYLIEN available in the marketplace, which you can use to build text analysis right into your own apps.
5 Strategies for Building Mobile Apps with Telerik
Check out these 5 strategies for building mobile apps with Telerik
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Tina Stancheva
Telerik team
answered on 16 Jan 2015, 12:50 PM
Here are the latest new and updated tutorials along with a few interesting blogs:

AppBuilder
Development of Mobile Websites
Starting with AppBuilder 2.7.0, you can create mobile website projects, design and develop them in the AppBuilder in-browser client and the AppBuilder Windows client, and run them in the device simulator. Make sure to check our documentation for further information.
Managing Configuration-Specific Files
This article describes how to create custom .debug and .release files to include in your Debug and Release builds
Configure Simulated Devices
See how to select device model, mobile platform and device orientation in the device simulator and check out the latest device models and versions coming out of the box.
Development with NativeScript
Although NativeScript is currently available as a private preview, you can already use it in AppBuilder. Make sure to check this article which can help you sign up for the NativeScript Insiders program and get started with NativeScript development inside AppBuilder.
Working with the Telerik Verified Plugins
The article is updated to describe how to easily distinguish Telerik plugins from Telerik partners’ plugins.
Configure your icons and splash screens for iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus
See how to configure the icons and the splash screens of your application for iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus
Add New Code Libraries in Your Project
This article is updated to describe how to automatically install Bower packages and dependencies from your own bower.json files
Create custom simulated devices in the AppBuilder in-browser client
See how to create custom devices in the simulator while running the AppBuilder in-browser client
Set a plugin variable in the AppBuilder command-line interface
See how to configure plugin variables from the AppBuilder command-line interface.
How to implement a Twitter Login in a hybrid application build within AppBuilder
This forum post discusses different options for Twitter login and authentication in hybrid apps. You can also find a sample project demonstrating a Twitter web sign-in workflow which can be utilized in a hybrid AppBuilder app through the InAppBrowser plugin.
Getting Started with NativeScript
An interesting blog post that can help you get started with NativeScript

Backend Servcies
Getting Started with Push Notifications in Telerik Backend Services
This article can help you setup push notifications for your app using Telerik Backend Services
Getting Started with the Cloud Data Storage in Telerik Backend Services
See how you can store your application data in the cloud
Connecting a Relational Database to the Cloud
Connect an SQL database to Backend Services and consume the data in mobile apps
Getting Started with User Management in Telerik Backend Services
Telerik Backend Services provide an out-of-the box user management solution and this article can help you utilize it in your mobile app development
Getting Started with Server Code in the Cloud
See how to implement custom server logic using JavaScript and then add it to your application.
Ionic and Telerik Backend Services: A Healthy Partnership - part 1
Ionic and Telerik Backend Services: A Healthy Partnership - part 2
A 2-part blog series, which describe in detail how to develop a hybrid mobile app with Telerik AppBuilder, Telerik Backend Services and Ionic.
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