No terrrain. i’ve been doing cesium for 6 months on standard JS and PHP and it works great. The viewer is created with no options at all.
I did find last night that if I change the base layer once it’s up on android I get the blue untiled earth which made me happier. It appears it has to do with fetching tiles and net connectivity.
I also find that if I build cordova for the browser I get the earth. If i build it for the emulator I don’t get the widget at all and get cesium widget level errors. If I build it and deploy on a real android device I get the widget minus earth - and things like the geocoding location give an error which seem to be net errors. If I swtich base layer with the widget control I get a blue earth. Looking at the adb console it looks like there are zero webgl errors so that’s good too.
I’m still looking into the net access issues. The android app white lists all ports and domains while we’re testing. Its not clear from the forum if anyone has tried cesium under cordova and what kinds of quirks they might have found. I will say the widget looks better as an app than in the browser on the device.
And thanks for the response Hannah!