Configure Your Hybrid App

Filter by IDE
Select the AppBuilder client you are currently using for development.

IDE

AppBuilder lets you personalize your app for iOS, Android, and Windows Phone devices. You can add custom splash screens and icons, set supported device orientation, select Apache Cordova version and so on. To configure your app, you need to run the Properties dialog or the appbuilder prop command.

Procedure

In-Browser

  1. Verify that you have opened the code for your app in AppBuilder.
  2. In the Project Navigator, double-click Properties.
  3. Modify the default settings for your app.

The in-browser client saves your changes automatically.

Universal

  1. Verify that you have opened the code for your app in AppBuilder.
  2. In the Project Navigator, double-click Properties.
  3. Modify the default settings for your app.

The universal desktop client saves your changes automatically.

Windows

  1. Verify that you have opened the code for your app in AppBuilder.
  2. In the Project Navigator, double-click Properties.
  3. Modify the default settings for your app.
  4. Press Ctrl+S to save your changes.

Visual Studio

  1. Verify that you have opened your app in Microsoft Visual Studio.
  2. In the Solution Explorer, double-click Properties.
  3. Modify the default settings for your app.
  4. Press Ctrl+S to save your changes.

CLI

  1. In the command prompt, navigate to the directory that contains your app.
  2. To print the current configuration for your app, run the following command.

    appbuilder prop print
    

    The command-line interface prints your current configuration in the following format.

    <Property Name>: <Property Value>, <Property Value>, <Property Value>
    
  3. To print the valid values for all properties, run the following command.

    appbuilder prop print --valid-value
    
  4. To print the value for a selected property, run the following command.

    appbuilder prop print <Property Name>
    
  5. To print the valid values for a selected property, run the following command.

    appbuilder prop print <Property Name> --valid-value
    
  6. To enable additional settings for a selected property which accepts multiple values, run the following command.

    appbuilder prop add <Property Name> <Property Value>
    
  7. To disable a setting for a selected property which accepts multiple values, run the following command.

    appbuilder prop remove <Property Name> <Property Value>
    
  8. To set a selected property, run the following command.
    This command overrides any existing values for the selected property.

    appbuilder prop set <Property Name> <Property Value>
    

Next Steps

Run your app on device or edit the code of the configuration files if you want to configure settings that are not available in the Properties dialog.

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