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Want to learn how to use PhoneGap, but don't know where to get started? Join us as we put together "Sculder", not only a tribute to an excellent science fiction TV series, but a fully-fledged native mobile application for the believer in you!
Adding Camera Functionality
We left off in the last tutorial in this series just after getting our application into the Phonegap framework and awaiting to add our final piece of functionality: the device camera. The idea behind this tutorial is to allow the user to take a photo with the camera and then have it uploaded to a server. We will not cover the actual uploading of the image, but will leave the space for the functionality to be added. You can find plenty of examples of various implementations for uploading images via PHP, Ruby, and other server side languages elsewhere online. Instead, this tutorial will focus on taking the picture, displaying the picture taken, and giving the user an alert that the picture has been uploaded (the function that your server might fire when it returns a successful upload message).