Mid last year I looked at a Phonegap project which required a background activity to run on Android devices. I did some proof of concept work, which seemed ok, and posted some questions online to see if this had already been done (was there a better way).
The project went of the boil and I didn't touch the code again until I was contacted with the view of using the proof of concept code to provide a library for a different Phonegap project.
So earlier this year I dusted off the code and turned it into a Plugin. Over the last couple of months I have been using that Plugin to provide library code. The work is now coming to an end the Plugin looks to be behaving itself well.
So I now intend on releasing the Plugin on to the GIT repository. I hope to do this in the next few days, along with couple of tutorials here to demonstrate its use.
The Plugin, which is purely for Android, is probably better described as a helper or base code rather than a full Plugin.
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All the work I do on the Plugin is done in my spare time - time I would otherwise be spending taking my wife out for a nice meal or helping my lad find vinyl records (he's currently very much into The Smiths, Fleetwood Mac and Kate Bush).
The Plugin is free and will always remain free. I will continue to develop, maintain and distribute the Plugin under the MIT License.
Labels: Android, Background Service, Cordova, Phonegap, Plugin