Update 20 May 2020: happily there do not seem to be any big bugs – hooray for unit tests! – and v2 is now live for everyone in the mobile app stores. Downloads and general info here.
I’ve written before about why I think deterministic password making is a good fit for many use cases. And I launched Webful PasswordMaker last year to bring a long-standing hashing approach to a modern mobile app.
Following all my geeky posts about working with the latest and greatest Ionic, I thought it was worth mentioning that my latest mobile app has finally landed with a stable release in the app stores.
Update 6 August 2014: If you want to use up-to-date plugins, please beware the EasyFB approach isn’t going to work any more, so you might not get much out of this post. 🙁
I thought that getting Phonegap, AngularJS and Facebook working together couldn’t be a big jump from the simple quickstart guides available for each of those components. This was probably naïve.
It’s a nightmare
If any part of the above are new to you, starting out can be confusing and poorly documented. If, like me, you’re a newbie with both Phonegap and Angular… it’s worse.
Perhaps it’s because most of the constituent parts are changing so fast at the moment – despite myriad posts out there on each of the technologies involved, it took me absolutely ages to get it all working as I wanted, and even longer to replicate the steps reliably enough to write this!
As I never really found an article or post with my exact goals and a full explanation all in one place, hopefully this one might make the process less of a time sink for anyone taking the same route.