This plugin provides an API for taking pictures and for choosing images from the system's image library.
The Contacts plugin provides access to the native device contacts database.
This plugin defines a global device object, which describes the device's hardware and software.
This plugin provides access to the device's accelerometer. The accelerometer is a motion sensor that detects the change (delta) in movement relative to the current device orientation, in three dimensions along the x, y, and z axis.
This plugin provides access to the device's compass. The compass is a sensor that detects the direction or heading that the device is pointed, typically from the top of the device.
This plugin implements a File API allowing read/write access to files residing on the device.
This plugin allows you to upload and download files.
This plugin provides information about the device's location, such as latitude and longitude.
The Globalization plugin obtains information and performs operations specific to the user's locale, language, and timezone.
This plugin provides a web browser view that displays when calling cordova.InAppBrowser.open().
This plugin provides access to the device's audio, image, and video capture capabilities.
This plugin provides an implementation of an old version of the Network Information API. It provides information about the device's cellular and wifi connection, and whether the device has an internet connection.
The Splash Screen plugin displays and hides a splash screen during application launch
The StatusBar plugin provides some functions to customize the iOS StatusBar
This plugin provides a way to vibrate the device.
This plugin allows Cordova to use the WKWebView component instead of the default UIWebView component, and is installable only on a system with the iOS 9.0 SDK.
A PhoneGap sample project to get started quickly with an embedded webview in a native iOS project.