Posts tagged with "iOS"
Today we are proud to release Tabris 1.0. If you have not followed us so far you probably don’t know what Tabris is. Let me put it in one sentence: Tabris is the first Java-Toolkit for the cross-platform development of native mobile Apps. It enables you to write iOS and Android Apps completely in Java with [...]
Here is a quick reminder for all Tabris enthusiasts. The 1.0 release is on track and will be available real soon. Run your server side application on mobile devices and benefit from the native features of your platform. Use the Tabris UI, swipe widget, native video and much more. See you soon.
As you may have read in the Tabris 0.11.0 new and noteworthy post, we have created a small UI framework called the “Tabris UI”. In this post I will dive into the details of this framework. Grab a coffee and open your mind . Let’s get started… Background Almost a year ago we released our [...]
Today I’d like to present Tabris 0.11.0. This build marks the last public milestone before the 1.0 release. From my point of view this milestone is a breakthrough for cross-platform mobile development in Java. We have managed to abstract common mobile navigation patterns into a Java API. In addition to this we have added support [...]
Here at EclipseSource we like top 10 blog posts. So here is our top 10 of 2012 – the posts most viewed or created the most buzz. 1. Top 10 Eclipse Juno Features Eclipse Juno has been released this year and it was the first simultaneous release built on Eclipse 4. In preparation of the [...]
Happy New Year from the Tabris Team! We are having an exiting start into the new year with another release of Tabris, Tabris 0.10.0. The focus of the latest release is user experience. We added support for typical mobile interactions like swiping, back button navigation in trees, and improved visual touch feedback. Page Navigation with [...]
Just in time for Christmas, I’m happy to announce our biggest release yet: Tabris 0.9.0. The new AppLauncher API will enable a tighter integration with iOS and Android and a seamless user experience with other Apps. Alternative Selection for List and Tree is now available. And many changes and additions happened under the hood – [...]
I presented our work on Tabris at ”Eclipse Day @ Google” earlier this week. With Tabris you use Java to create native mobile applications for iOS and Android. My slides below provide a quick introduction: Follow this link for detailed information on Tabris. Thank you Eclipse Foundation and Google for organizing this event for the fourth year now!
So you have build an iOS app using Tabris or another technology of your choice? Then you should know how to get your app to your users. In order to distribute an iOS app, the following things are needed: A Mac or access to an OS X machine like provided by MacinCloud An up-to-date version [...]