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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 Gestures (Swiping) One of the most commonly used gesture on mobile devices is...

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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 - such as the RAP 2.0 migration as well as stability and...

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A few days before the start of EclipseCon Europe 2012, we are releasing version 0.8.0 of Tabris. If you have the chance to visit EclipseCon Europe, just ask us for a demo or visit our Tabris talk and workshop right away. Added support for camera and image picking After the video support in Tabris 0.7.0 we now introduce support for local cameras on mobile devices. It enables...

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Over the past year we have been actively researching the landscape of mobile development solutions for business. There is a vast amount of different approaches with different strength and weaknesses. To find "the right" solution you need to consider a rather complex decision tree. As developers hate repeating themselves we decided to make my findings available to the broader community. So here it comes: Mobile...

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Overall, mobile browsers are an appealing alternative to native applications: They support most modern web standards like HTML5 and CSS3, and you don't have to set up and learn using multiple SDKs. The technical limitations that do exist  will hopefully get fewer as time goes on (or get patched otherwise), while performance and stability will improve. Sure, native apps will always have some advantages, but...

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