Blogs

Today, we’re proud and happy to announce the release of Tabris.js 2.0. This release makes Tabris.js even simpler to use, yet more flexible and powerful than ever, all while adding support for a completely new mobile platform. The Highlights Tabris.js 2.0 is the result of the feedback we received and the lessons we've learned while building Tabris.js apps. Here are the features we're most excited about: We replaced...

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With Oxygen, we released EMF Forms 1.13.0. Please note, that we published an update 1.13.1 fixing a critical bug (see BR519415 and BR518503) in the EMF Forms Ecore editor. So in case you are using this editor, please make sure to get the latest version 1.13.1 from our download page. EMF Forms makes it simple to create forms which edit your data based on an EMF model....

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In this blog series, we share our experiences extending Eclipse Che to add EMF support. The first post covered our goals. In previous posts, we describe how to add support for code generation, create a custom stack, and how to build che. It has been quite a while since our last blog, but now we would like to continue with the next step. Our next major...

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Tomorrow Tabris.js 2.0 will be released and we conclude our count-down of the top 10 new features with our favorite addition: support for TypeScript 2 & JSX. TypeScript 2 & JSX We significantly improved support for TypeScript and introduced support for JSX, the declarative approach to UI creation. JSX allows you to embed XML directly into your Tabris.js code, giving you a better representation of your widget...

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The Tabris.js 2.0 release is almost here (July 18) and we continue with our count-down of the top 10 new features in the major release. Number 2 is support for the Universal Windows Platform. With Tabris 2 you can now build Windows Store apps which are a perfect match for Tablet/Laptop hybrid devices such as the popular Surface line of products, as well as the more...

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