@Thokozani-Gwiliza How did you test the project? On Monaca debugger? Please note that Monaca Backend is not available on Monaca Debugger. You will need to build the app to test the project with Monaca Backend.
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RE: monaca.cloud.user.register not working(free plan)
RE: Monaca Debugger not working since the last update (on my Android 8.1)
@CharlesPoullain Which Monaca app is crashing? Store-version Monaca Debugger (found at AppStore/Google Play)? If so, which Monaca Debugger version are you using? If it’s custom Monaca Debugger, the crashes may cause by installing the app with the same name. Please make sure to remove previous custom debugger with the same name before installing a new one. If that’s not the case, please show me the screenshot of your Cordova Plugins page.
RE: How to change sha1 certificates in apps built with monaca
debugbuild, dummy keystore will be used. In this case, you can’t use your own certificate/keystore. However, when you build the
releasebuild, your own keystore/certificate will be used.
RE: Urgent: Error when build for release of an iOS app
We updated the CocoaPods on our Server and the issue is solved. I added the
onesignal-cordova-pluginand successfully built it for iOS.
RE: Custom debugger for Android - Manifest merger failed with multiple errors
I checked your project and found that you wrote the config block incorrectly. You wrote:
<config-file parent="/*" target="AndroidManifest.xml"> <uses-feature platform="android" name="android.hardware.telephony" required="false"/> <uses-feature platform="android" name="glEsVersion" value="0x00020000" required="true" /> </config-file>
It should be written this way:
<config-file platform="android" parent="/*" target="AndroidManifest.xml"> <uses-feature android:name="android.hardware.telephony" android:required="false" /> <uses-feature android:glEsVersion="0x00020000" android:required="true" /> </config-file>
Moreover, in order to use the above configuration, you need to add the following attribute within the
RE: Monaca building iOS app yields a 32-bit app not a 64-bit
Which Cordova version are you using in your project?
For Cordova 6.2 project, the release build app is 64-bit.
Presenting Onsen UI's newest components
You may have happened to read our last blog post about some of the progress we have reached lately in Onsen UI. Well surprise surprise, that’s not all.
We want to take our hybrid app framework one step further, so besides all those recent updates about stability improvement in iOS and so on, in recent version
2.3.0we have added brand new core components that you can start using right away.
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