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Today we are proud to present the second and final beta of the upcoming Tabris.js 2.0 release. Beta 2 is here with Windows support, better animation control, redesigned event listeners, numerous bug fixes and new features for Android and iOS. If you don’t have the Tabris.js 2 app yet, you can get it here: Windows beta support While the Windows client is still in beta, Windows 10 is...

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It’s a heated time for Tabris.js development as we are getting closer and closer the Tabris.js 2 release. Plenty changes relevant to UI, navigation and mobile app security have been introduced. Today we’re sharing some of them with you in the first official beta of Tabris.js 2.0. Note: To use the beta, you need to download the new Developer App, Tabris.js 2. New UI Model Pages used...

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Today we are proud to unleash Tabris.js 1.10 with WebSockets support, extended API for video widget, app header branding and more! Check out the highlights below. WebSockets support The WebSockets API is now supported, making Tabris.js apps capable of real-time bidirectional messaging. As a result apps will be able to achieve improved user experience and make better use of network resources. No need to constantly poll the...

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The long-awaited imageData support is here, together with new lifecycle events, enhancements to WebView handling, and much more. In addition, Tabris.js now has a public playground! Read on for more highlights. Tabris.js playground No more need to sign in via GitHub to see your code in action. In the online playground, the changes you make are instantly available on your device after scanning the QR code from the website. Now follow these two...

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With the release of Eclipse Neon, we are proud to announce that RAP 3.1 is released and available for download. Incidentally, just yesterday RAP celebrated its 10th birthday since creation review! We'd like to take this opportunity to thank our users, committers and contributors, without whom this technology would not be what it is. On to the highlights of this release. New service interface ClientFileLoader Custom widgets often require their...

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Tabris.js 1.8 is here! The shiny new release includes some much awaited features and we are excited to share them with you. Read on for the details. Grid mode for CollectionView The Tabris.js CollectionView now has a grid mode. You can achieve a grid layout by aligning a number of CollectionView cells in a single row. That image gallery you wanted to include in your app? Yes,...

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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. Read on for the highlights! Rounded corners on widgets The new property cornerRadius allows you to apply a rounded clipping to the corners of a widget. Round corners can be used to style any widget, such as Composite...

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Hi, as this is my first post on the EclipseSource Blog, I thought I would introduce myself. I’m Shai Alon - new employee at EclipseSource and the mobile developer evangelist for the Tabris.js technology. I am a full stack JavaScript expert and my previous job was a team leader of a full stack JavaScript team - building complex web applications with an Ember.js frontend and...

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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. Check out the highlights below. Cordova 6 update With this release we updated the Tabris.js build service and platforms to the latest Cordova version. This update ensures compatibility with the latest Cordova plugin API, fixes a security vulnerability on Android and adds default support for Android 6 Marshmallow and...

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