RCP 3.0: A better web-first platform for building web apps for iOS, Android, and Web components
This article first appeared on The Verge.
Read moreIf you’re looking for an easy-to-use, easy-install solution for building apps for the iOS and Android platforms, then RCP is for you.
This article is based on the original source, which we’ll be updating to include the latest version.
The latest version of RCP includes an interface that looks and feels much more like a modern web browser, with a single tabbed view and multiple views.
It’s also easier to use for developers, as it supports HTML5 and CSS3.RCP 3 has been around for a while, and you can find some of its most important features here.
The UI is more or less the same, though the HTML and CSS are slightly more flexible.
Here’s how it works:RCP is available as a standalone app, and the standalone app can be installed on the iOS or Android devices you want to build apps for.
You’ll need a WebView and a web browser.
In this example, we’re using the iOS web app and the Android web app, but you can also choose any other WebView or web browser you want.
To install the RCP web app on the device you want, open the RCTest app on your iOS or android device, tap “install,” and choose “RCP” from the dropdown menu.
On the next screen, you’ll see an option to choose which RCP components you want installed on your device.
This can be pretty confusing at first, but we’ll walk you through it.
When you click the Install button, the RCE app will download and install the new RCP component(s).
If you want the component to be available on all your devices, just click the Choose Component button.
On the next page, you can choose which of the RCC components you’d like installed.
The next screen will ask you if you want RCE or RCC installed on this device.
Choose the Rcc component(