Hybrid mobile tools are not part of the default installation but getting them is easy. Although there are other ways, I usually use JBoss Central to pull them in. Here is how.
First switch to
Software/Update tab on JBoss Central. Next select
JBoss Hybrid Mobile Tools + CordovaSim. I usually select the
AngularJS for Web Tools option before hitting the Install/Update,
in order to get the improved support for Ionic framework.
Here is a screeen cast for getting started with the hybrid mobile tools.
This is the option when starting a new project or just experimenting with Apache Cordova development.It gives a basic
project template that you can easily change and you can select the initial set of cordova plug-ins to include into your project.
I usually add the console plugin at this time, to be able to
console.log() during development and remove it before the final export.
The video above not only shows how a project is created but also introduces the tools at your disposal going forward.
If your Cordova application already exists and it was developed using a compatible tool such as Cordova CLI, you can import it easily and
start using all the functionality available. Import process will also restore your plugins if you have been using the new
cordova save command.
Here is a short video that shows the import feature in action.
Often getting started with your packaged mobile application requires sharing the assets with a web application. We do support linking of resources from different locations to create a Cordova based mobile application. Although I do not recommend using artifacts, let alone whole web sites, that were created for desktop to be turned to mobile applications, but it helps to know that your tools are capable when it gets desperate.