Please would you provide an example of how to use DXtreme to access the hardware on a device e.g. camera, gps etc. I used vsnomad before and it was quite straight forward. Unfortunately I have not been able to access hardware on my android device using DXtreme...yet :)
Here are several standard Apache Cordova samples implemented inside DevExtreme applications. To test them, right-click a sample project in the Visual Studio Solution Explorer and choose 'Build Native Application'.
In fact, there is no need to do anything in order to make it possible to use PhoneGap API in a DevExtreme application. You do not need to care about including any files in a project or doing anything except writing code.
So, if you need to use PhoneGap API, simply write code according to the PhoneGap documentation. We are using version 2.9.0. When you build a native package or scan the QR code that is available when you run the application in Visual Studio, the cordova.js file will be automatically included.
However, project templates used by default support only the official PhoneGap API. In order to use any third-party PhoneGap plug-in, you need to create your own native projects as described in the Getting Started Guides. Then, follow the plug-in installation guide to include the plug-in into new projects.
With the latest DevExtreme version (greater than 14.2.6), it is required to check the following plugins on the PhoneGap page in the project properties: 'org.apache.cordova.camera'