Jordi Boehme Lopez
Warning! This article is outdated and might not represent the current state of Tabris.
We are working at full steam on the new features for Tabris 1.
Today we are proud to unleash Tabris 1.3. Aside from many improvements under the hood and user experience enhancements for Android and iOS, some major features made it into this Tabris release.
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With all of the current mobile and desktop operating systems we use all day, most users expect a great deal from an application user interface.
Over the last years I have seen many OSGi project, and while I am pretty happy with most of them there is a tendency to oversized launch configurations.
Learning to write code efficiently is only one step towards becoming a coding master.
Just in time for Christmas, I’m happy to announce our biggest release yet: Tabris 0.
So you have build an iOS app using Tabris or another technology of your choice?
I’ve met many programmers over the years who had just started using Eclipse or already had “some experience” – but they used Eclipse just as a text editor or handled it in a very cumbersome way.
Tabris has made a big step forward in this 0.7 release.
In a next release of Tabris we will provide support for Camera.
If you need to get a matching UIFont object from a CSS definition like “font-family: Arial; font-size: 24px; font-weight: bold;” you have no way to do it with the API that iOS provides for three reasons.
The release of the RAP protocol is an important milestone. The protocol enables native mobile client Apps (in addition to the existing browser client) to connect to the RAP server.
A few months ago my colleague, Ralf Sternberg, wrote an article on “how to access a huge dataset with the web browser".