Author: Gosia Mitros

Tabris.js is a new framework for developing mobile apps in JavaScript. For a general introduction, check out this post: Native Mobile Apps in JavaScript with Tabris.js. Tabris.js 0.9.2 is out now. Time to get the new npm module and the Tabris.js Cordova platforms. Make sure you are also using the latest version of the Tabris.js Developer App (App Store / Play Store), which lets you test...

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Tabris.js is a new framework to develop mobile apps in JavaScript. For a general introduction, check out this post: Native Mobile Apps in JavaScript with Tabris.js. Tabris.js 0.9.1 is out now. We've also published a compatible version of the Tabris.js Developer App, which lets you test your scripts directly on your iOS or Android device. With 0.9.1, Tabris.js becomes a regular npm module. You will load...

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Tabris.js is a new framework to develop mobile apps in JavaScript. For a general introduction, check out this post: Native Mobile Apps in JavaScript with Tabris.js. Version 0.9.0 is now online and the updated Developer App is published in the App Store / Play Store. Exciting new features are in - be sure to try them out yourself! It's easy, just follow the 3 minute tutorial....

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Another EclipseCon has come to an end, and again we're coming home with enough inspiration for months to come. Here are our highlights from EclipseCon Europe 2014. The power of Eclipse This year we premiered our talk "10 platforms in 30 minutes". The clients in our demonstration used different UI technologies, including SWT, Swing, HTML and JavaFX, and were run on different platforms, such as Desktop, Browser,...

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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. The EclipseSource team is having a strong presence with a number of hands on tutorials and talks, not bombarding you with slides, rather providing demos and live coding that really show you how to do stuff. On Monday we...

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