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The new RAP 3.0 milestone M5 is out and has been available for download since February 6, 2015. Together with several bug fixes, M5 introduces clipping support. Clipping allows you to constrain changes to a selected part of the canvas. Once you select a clipping region, all future drawing operations will be limited to it. The canvas above is filled with rectangles and clipped to a custom...

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In RAP 2.2 we introduced the Row Templates feature, which allows you to layout the cells of table rows in different ways than just in columns. In RAP 2.3 we improve on this a bit by allowing not just absolute (pixel) but also percentage values for positioning. However, another cool feature that isn't documented (because it's considered experimental) is that you can now style your...

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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. With this post we want to show you the highlights. Responsive Design with Passe-Partout Responsive Design is finally coming to the SWT world. And with SWT I mean: SWT (Desktop), RAP (Browser) and Tabris (Mobile). With this...

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Looking back on another eventful year for the RAP project, today we're proud to publish the results in a new release, RAP 2.2. Let's have a look at the highlights: Client-side Scripting We started off the work on RAP 2.2 with integrating the ClientScripting from the Incubator project into RWT. With this new feature, you can now attach scripted listeners to a widget. Those listeners are directly...

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Behold! ;-) After moving ClientScripting from Incubator to RAP proper in M1 and revising ToolTips in M2, we finally introduce an all new key feature in 2.2M3 called Row Templates. Row Templates will allow you to change the way a Table or Tree widget presents Items on screen, completely replacing the default column layout. A template consist of text and image cells that can be freely...

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The ability to upload files is key functionality for every Web application and, naturally RAP can upload files too. In the beginning ( RAP 1.2 ), this functionality was provided by a custom widget called Upload. This widget was based on an early version of the Qooxdoo UploadWidget contribution project. In RAP 1.4 the old Upload widget was deprecated and replaced by a new FileUpload RWT...

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The first milestone of RAP 2.2 has been published last Friday. It's main attraction is the RWT Scripting feature which was formerly known as the incubator "ClientScripting" project. If you are currently using ClientScripting and wish to upgrade to RAP 2.2 (which will be released in December 2013), you should be aware of some breaking changes*: Namespace: The ClientListener has been...

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The annual Eclipse release typically indicates the beginning of summer. And if the back-to-school commercials aren't an indication that summer is winding down, the restarting of the Eclipse milestones builds certainly is. Even with vacations and sunny weather, the Eclipse and Equinox teams have managed to put together the first milestone for the Eclipse Luna release. There are a number of new features including better integration...

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Today we are proud to release Tabris 1.1. Since the 1.0 release we have focused on making Tabris even more robust and made improvements such as a whole new TabFolder implementation for the Android client and a new Tree implementation for the iOS client. Of course, besides robustness and bug fixes we have added many new features. In this post I'd like to show you the new...

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