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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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With the recent advancements in maps features on Android and iOS we also took the time to overhaul the tabris-plugin-maps plugin. The new version 2.0.0 provides completely new APIs that are more in line with Tabris.js and offer a higher degree of control. Creating a map in your Tabris.js application is as simple as the following snippet: [raw] new esmaps.Map({ left: 0, right: 0, top: 0, bottom: 0 }).on("ready", function()...

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Mobile software development is hard. Before you can even write your first line of code you must: download, install and configure the IDEs and SDKs, configure the emulators or connect a device to your machine, build the application archives (apks / ipas) and install these archives on your device. With Tabris.js we set out to eliminate most of the technical hurdles users face when developing mobile applications. With...

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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 popular frameworks like Angular 2 now recommending its use by default, TypeScript continues its rise in popularity. Reception is usually very positive with both veteran JavaScript developers and those coming from a Java or C# background. We have mentioned before how TypeScript can be used to enhance your Tabris.js development. Since then, a lot has changed. With Tabris.js 1.8, getting started with TypeScript and...

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Tabris.js was designed to help developers build native cross-platform apps using a single JavaScript codebase. We offer many tools to boost efficiency - like the Tabris.js developer app and the cloud build service. With Tabris.js 1.8 we’ve introduced a new enhancement that will make a major difference when it comes to getting things done - an interactive debugger. Setup Tabris.js 1.8 apps on Android can now be debugged...

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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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Since usage of the online documentation is a major part of working with any technology, we’re always making sure that Tabris.js documentation is rich, cohesive and complete. As the platform is steadily growing in size, we realize that a great search experience is key to get the best out of the documentation. For that reason, we’ve recently rolled out a major upgrade to the Tabris.js documentation search...

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The latest version of JavaScript (ES2015, or commonly called ES6) is packed with modern features, including classes, lambda expressions (“arrow functions”), block scoping, template strings, and much more. Using a transpiler like Babel, you can use these features in your Tabris.js app today. Quick Start The fastest way to a working ES6 project setup is to generate it. Just install Yeoman, a popular project generator for JavaScript,...

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Ever since its introduction at Google IO 2014, material design guidelines have gained more and more traction in the web and mobile landscape. Android has adopted the design style and more and more Google properties are moving in that direction. With the release of Tabris.js 1.7 we made it much simpler to create one of the most iconic material design components: the "Floating Action Button" (FAB)....

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