I am in your exact situation. This is how I understand it:
The Wikitude Plugin is a Phonegap Plugin. Phonegap Plugins add native (for Android: Java, for iOS: Obj-C) code files to your project. This native code supports functions you can call from within your hybrid code. Therefore, your hybrid code remains hybrid, but before deploying to different platforms, you should provide the Phonegap Plugin (such as Wikitude Plugin) for that platform as well.
In my opinion, your application remains 'hybrid' as long as enough versions of the Phonegap Plugin are provided to support your favorite platforms.
over 9 years ago
I am creating a hybrid mobile application using jQueryMobile and phonegap. Now I need to implement the augmented reality in camera view to the application. I got wikitude for this purpose. Can I do the functionality mentioned in the following link using hybrid mobile application?