Google Chrome and Ripple
1. Download and Install Google Chrome
2. Add the Ripple Plugin to Chrome
Note, do not use the URL text field provided on this website.
3. Create a Folder to Run the Mobile Application
Say for example, we had a Drupal 7 website available at
http://www.example.com. We then recommend creating a folder called
mobile-application for the app to run in, for example:
Do NOT use drupalgap or app as the folder name. Also, do NOT set up a subdomain like
http://mobile-application.example.com to run the app in. This will most likely cause cross site request forgery issues.
4. Download DrupalGap
Download and extract the latest release of the DrupalGap Mobile Application Development Kit.
5. Upload DrupalGap to Subdomain
Upload the entire contents of DrupalGap to the new folder we created earlier within your domain. After uploading the content of DrupalGap, these files will be present in the
app/* bin/drupalgap.js images/* src/* themes/* index.html jdrupal-*.js jquery-*.js jquery.mobile-*.css jquery.mobile-*.js ...
6. Replace index.html with cordova.index.html (optional)
Copy the contents of the
cordova.index.html file and save it into the
http://www.example.com/mobile-application/index.html <--- cordova.index.html
This step may or may not be required, depending on your set up. The only difference between these two files is the inclusion of the
cordova.js file in the body.
7. Copy default.settings.js to settings.js
Make a copy of the
default.settings.js file and save it as
settings.js in the
app folder within DrupalGap:
app/default.settings.js => app/settings.js
The full path to your
settings.js file will be something like this:
8. Set the Site Path for the Drupal Website in settings.js
Open up the
settings.js file, locate the
site_path variable and set it to the URL of our Drupal 7 website. For example:
// Site Path Drupal.settings.site_path = 'http://www.example.com';
9. Navigate to Subdomain in Google Chrome
Open up the Google Chrome browser and navigate to the mobile application, for example:
If a blank white page loads, click the Ripple icon in Google Chrome to enable Ripple on the page.
Once Ripple loads, it may ask us which platform we would like to use, select:
Apache Cordova (1.0.0)
Please Note: If you are having trouble getting the app to load you might need to change the Cross Domain Proxy under settings on the right hand side of Ripple to Disable.
If you're still having troubles loading the app in Ripple, try a URL like this in Chrome:
Finally, we're done. If everything went smoothly, we should now see our DrupalGap mobile application loaded into our web browser's window. It seems like a lot to go through, but the end result is fantastic!