Using DW CS6, just created an Android app with jQuery Mobile and deployed using the PhoneGap Build Service.
Problem is when it gets installed on a smartphone it has the PhoneGap default app icon:
Q. How can I customise and set up my own icon ?
I didn't find your comment particularly helpful.
I have up together an Android app using Dreamweaver CS6 and built using the PhoneGap facility within DW. As previously stated, works fine on my Android device, problem is it deploys with the PhoneGap icon and I need to change it for my own. Can't see in either the PhoneGap or Adobe docs how to do this, hence the question in this forum.
In Dreamweaver CS6, you use PhoneGap Build to compile apps. The details for the icon need to go in config.xml. The PhoneGap Build documentation explains how to do it: https://build.phonegap.com/docs/config-xml.
A PhoneGap application must always be created in a new Dreamweaver site. Normally, you create config.xml yourself in the site root.
However, if you don't create config.xml yourself, Dreamweaver automatically creates one with default settings when you first access the PhoneGap Build Service through DW CS6.
You should see an option in the PhoneGap Build Service panel to create a new project. When you click Continue, Dreamweaver uploads your app to PhoneGap Build, and creates a ProjectSettings file and a default config.xml. Open the file, and edit it following the instructions in the documentation I pointed to earlier.
This may be a coding 101 issue, but here goes. I am using Dreamweaver CS6 and I have reviewed the documentation from phone gap that you provided a link to. I have coded the lines for icons in the config.xml file and I still get the default image from phone-gap. Obviously I am missing something. As I understand, the line of code is as follows except to insert the path to the icon after the "src".
<icon src="icons/android/ldpi.png" gap:platform="android" gap:density="ldpi" />
I have tried it many ways with no luck, I have even reviewed some applications I built in Eclipse trying to figure out what I am doing wrong, however the files are different, Eclipse has the icons set up in the xml manifest. Any ideas or suggestions on where I can find additional information would be greatly appreciated.
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