@peabucket So there are “2” consoles. One is in the app itself and is accessible by tapping the floating action button in the lower right hand corner on the device. The other works within Monaca IDE and you have to be logged into the project and then open the app. Make sure it says network connection established. This means that the debug info will post in your browser.
Dear Toan, that’s actually another issue not related to the import process. Anyway, at the moment, the best way to import plugins is directly from Monaca Web IDE, then work on the project locally with Localkit/CLI.
Of course it can, just remove all Monaca’s default references, like splashscreen, icons etc
Some users decide to include Monaca or Onsen UI logo in their “about us” or similar pages, but of course that is something up to them.
Monaca Push notification service uses Google Play and Apple AppStore notification services to send the notifications. If the notification service is available in those countries, there will be no issue.
Push notifications are not supported on Windows Apps.
Yes, you can filter the notifications if you configure your own backend to do so.
API requests are calculated based on the requests you send. For example, if you want do download an element of the TODO list, you’ll perform 1 API request. The backend will send you the response that, of course, will not be counted as it’s not a request.
Also, considering your example, if a user performs 10 updates in 1 day, that’s = 10 API request. If 10 users do the same, that’s 100 API requests.
This page :for creating/adding a user: …but since some added Json prop specifies her name and age, I didn’t get it how this would serve for an new end-user signing-up for the first time.
I guess this very case is for an Admin to add an already known user details to the table.
Monaca and Onsen are great fits. The key to remember, is anything you can do in a web page, you can do in a hybrid app. This greatly reduces the expected learning curve if you just treat it like a web app. Onsen is a UI framework that makes your app simple to develop and maintain a near native user UX. Monaca has a variety of tools to help you build the app or plugins to gain functionality.
So, having said that, your app would utilize HTML and JS to connect to your remote server. You can use Node.JS or perhaps PHP to interact with your DB. Returning results is best handled via JSON.
i do not know how to send a private message here…i tried searching for your name/id on gitter…but, couldn’t find you there…and, i do not know, if i can send you the whole project folder…won’t mind doing that