By now, everyone who’s heard of the Cordova project knows about its mobile app, a Chrome extension for the Cordovas Cordova Desktop environment.
But what is the Electron platform?
And how does it differ from Cordova?
We have to start with the basics.
Cordova is a web-based desktop environment.
It runs on Windows, Mac, Linux, and iOS, and it’s available as a browser extension for Chrome, Opera, Firefox, and Safari.
That means it runs on the same desktop and works on any device.
Cordovans desktop environment is built on top of the Electon framework, which was designed to make building web apps a breeze.
Electron’s mobile app is built with the same platform and same codebase as the desktop app.
It’s the same thing, except for one difference: the Electrons desktop app is based on a Cordova Mobile Platform (CMP) and not Cordova Cordova, the Chrome extension that you can install.
This means that Cordova can run on Windows Mobile, Android, or Windows RT tablets, but not on Windows Phone or iOS.
The difference is in the apps themselves.
Cordovan has a number of desktop and mobile apps available, and Electron is based entirely on Cordova.
But the two platforms differ on how they manage their app data.
The desktop app uses the same Data Sources framework that you’d find in any modern web browser.
This is a collection of code that manages and organizes all the data that a user is interested in.
This framework can be used to make a number, like a contact’s contact information or a user’s location, and also allows for the creation of custom widgets, like custom buttons or icons.
It also has a lot of built-in features that make it easy to work with data that you have collected in the past.
Electron uses the Data Sources Framework in its mobile apps, but it doesn’t have a similar set of features.
Instead, the desktop and Mobile apps use a similar framework.
The Desktop app, like the mobile apps and the browser extensions, uses the Cordovan Data Sources API to manage its data.
This allows you to collect data from different sources, like your web browser, the Web App Store, and your own data sources.
This API allows you access to the data and can provide you with more data in the future.
The mobile app has a Data Source framework that is different than the desktop application.
This provides a way for the mobile app to create and manage data.
It allows you, for example, to have a contact list for each contact that you want to list.
The data is stored in a table that can be retrieved by using the Data Source.
The Data Source can be a single, dynamic column or a collection.
This enables the mobile platform to access data from the web browser or your own mobile apps.
The mobile platform also uses a Data Sources SDK that provides the same access to data that is provided by the desktop platform.
The differences between the desktop apps and mobile applications are as follows:The desktop apps don’t support the data sources API.
Electrons data source framework provides a DataSource API that the desktop can use to retrieve data from.
The desktop app doesn’t support a DataSources SDK.
Instead it relies on the DataSource framework, an extension that works differently than the data source API.
The Mobile apps do have a Data sources API, but they use a different DataSource Framework than the Desktop app does.
This lets the mobile mobile platform access data in different ways.
For example, the mobile application might ask the user for the data they want from a user or a contact, or it might use the data in a different way.
For this reason, the Mobile app has more in common with the desktop than the other platforms.
The Mobile app uses Data Sources APIs that are different from the Desktop App.
In addition to the different data source frameworks and data source APIs, the two mobile platforms are different in other ways.
Electon uses the HTML5-based platform for its mobile platform, while Cordova uses the Java-based framework.
Both platforms use the Cordvas Cordovan Mobile Platform SDK.
In addition, Cordova requires developers to use the Elector app for their mobile apps instead of the native mobile platform.
This article explains how the mobile platforms differ and how you can use them together to build powerful web applications.
You can also check out our video tutorial for the same purpose.