I hope this blog post will help you to set up your environment for building Cordova applications which you can refer in the below link.
Let us see the step by step procedure,
Step 1: Install Cordova dependencies. Download and install from the given link:
- Java jdk
- Android Studio
Step 2: Once installed its time to set up your environment variables. The below information, gives you an idea to set up your variables.
|Variable name||Variable path|
|Variable Name||Variable path|
Step 3: To confirm whether the dependencies installed properly, you just need to open a command prompt and type ‘Cordova requirements’.
Also check the versions of all the dependencies
Step 4: Let’s install Cordova from Node Package Manager. Type the below command. -g should be given to install cordova globally to access in any folder.
If npm needs to be installed in the specific folder you can avoid using -g,
Step 5: Once done with Cordova installation, let’s check its version in command prompt
Perfect, we are done with all the set up and installation to start creating a Hybrid App.
In this blog post, We have seen links to install the Cordova dependencies, how to set up the environment variables, how to install Cordova and to check the versions.
Suggestions are welcome