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Add PhotoEditor SDK plugin to your project as follows:
cordova plugin add cordova-plugin-photoeditorsdk
Configuration for Android:
Configure PhotoEditor SDK for Android by opening
imglyConfig.gradle, you can comment out the modules you don't need to save size.
Because PhotoEditor SDK for Android is quite large, there is a high chance that you will need to enable Multidex for your project as follows:
cordova plugin add cordova-plugin-enable-multidex
Each platform requires a separate license file. Unlock PhotoEditor SDK with a single line of code for both platforms via platform-specific file extensions.
Rename your license files:
Pass the file path without the extension to the
unlockWithLicense function to unlock both iOS and Android:
Open the editor with an image:
PESDK.openEditor( successCallback, failureCallback, PESDK.loadResource('www/assets/image.jpg') );
declare var PESDK;
wwwfolder that will contain your compiled code and your assets. In order to pass resources to PhotoEditor SDK you need to use this folder.
Please see our example project which demonstrates how to use the Cordova plugin for PhotoEditor SDK.
Make sure you have a commercial license for PhotoEditor SDK before releasing your app. A commercial license is required for any app or service that has any form of monetization: This includes free apps with in-app purchases or ad supported applications. Please contact us if you want to purchase the commercial license.