Today we are proud to present the second and final beta of the upcoming Tabris.
It’s a heated time for Tabris.js development as we are getting closer and closer the Tabris.
The EclipseCon Europe 2016 conference app is here to help you prepare for the conference!
Today we are proud to unleash Tabris.js 1.10 with WebSockets support, extended API for video widget, app header branding and more!
Tabris 2.0 for cross-platform development in Java is here. This release does not bring about any visual changes, but a lot is different under the hood.
The long-awaited imageData support is here, together with new lifecycle events, enhancements to WebView handling, and much more.
Tabris.js 1.8 is here! The shiny new release includes some much awaited features and we are excited to share them with you.
Tabris.js 1.7 is here, now! It features the ability to set rounded corners on widgets, a system bar theme for Android and iOS, simplified syntax for the creation of widgets and much more.
Tabris.js 1.6 is out now! Featuring: Cordova 6 update, a new widget ActivityIndicator, real fullscreen and a preliminary integration with Chrome debug tools.
Tabris.js 1.5 is out now! Highlights include smart new looks for Android TabFolder, ability to use TabFolder as a swipe widget, support for elevation and z-translation on Android 5+, and iPad Pro support.
Tabris.js 1.4 is out now! In this release we focused on adding further enhancements to the CollectionView.
Here we are, meeting again for the yearly tradition of EclipseCon Europe in Ludwigsburg.
Today we are proud to release Tabris.js 1.3. This release delivers on recent feature requests from our users, including custom colors for the Switch button, access to bundled resources and easy manipulation of widget hierarchy with insertBefore() and insertAfter().
The word is out that we’ve released Tabris 1.4.6. (Tabris remote, our toolkit for cross-platform development of mobile apps in Java).
Tabris.js 1.2 is out now - it boasts several layout improvements, the ability to override Android back button behavior, a new easy way to enable fullscreen mode and more.
We’ve just returned home from our first enterJS conference in Darmstadt, Germany.
Single-sourcing mobile apps has become very convenient, now that we have the technology that lets you do it right, for free: tabrisjs.
Another EclipseCon has come to an end, and again we’re coming home with enough inspiration for months to come.
EclipseCon North America is just around the corner! This time we’re back in San Francisco, same location we have used for the second EclipseCon conference almost 10 years ago.