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UPDATE 1: With Tabris.js 1.1 released to production, we have removed the "sneak peak" indication from this article. UPDATE 2: Starting with Tabris.js 2.0.0-beta1 the base theme to inherit from has been renamed to DarkAppBar and the theme preference now expects an Android resource reference to a theme. See here for details. In a previous blogpost we discussed how to choose between one of the predefined themes for your Tabris.js app on Android. Basically...

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We've just returned home from our first enterJS conference in Darmstadt, Germany. EnterJS is all about JavaScript for the enterprise, and given the history of enterprise software, we weren't surprised to find many developers with the same Java background as us. Still, it's a pleasure when people at a JavaScript conference recognize you for your work in the Java and Eclipse world! We presented on J2V8,...

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On April 30th 2015, Tabris.js 1.0 was released. Tabris.js is a mobile framework which enables developers to write cross-platform, native, mobile applications entirely in JavaScript. Unlike other frameworks, with Tabris.js there is no webview and no cross-compiling. JavaScript runs directly on the device and renders the UI using the platform's native widgets. The uptake has been amazing and Tabris.js apps have started to appear in the App Stores. To...

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Tabris.js makes it easy to build native, cross-platform, mobile applications. Since its release on April 30th, I've been highlighting many of the features of Tabris.js 1.0. Many of these features -- such as native look & feel, the JavaScript API and Cordova plugin support -- enable developers to rapidly build high-quality, beautiful, mobile applications using the tools and technologies they are already accustomed too. When it comes to deploying...

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For the past two weeks I’ve been celebrating the release of Tabris.js 1.0 by counting down the Top 10 Tabris.js features that I’m most excited about; and I've finally made it to the Top 3. Tabris.js is a mobile app development framework that enables you to develop cross-platform mobile apps in JavaScript, from a single codebase. Number 3 on my list is Single Sourcing. Building high quality, beautiful, mobile applications takes...

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When we built Tabris.js, our goal was to provide a cross-platform, mobile development toolkit that developers love to use. We set out to make mobile development easy and accessible to everyone. From the JavaScript API and module support to native widgets, gestures and performance, we've exceeded our expectations. However, we realized that we could never provide every native integration ourselves. In order to meet the needs of today's mobile app...

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Tabris.js is a mobile app development framework that gives you the tools to develop your mobile apps entirely in JavaScript. Tabris.js 1.0 was released on April 30th and to celebrate the release, I've been counting down the Top 10 Tabris.js 1.0 Features. JavaScript is ubiquitous, and according to one study, it's currently the most popular programming language in the world. It is also a very powerful language, and by...

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For the past week I've been celebrating the release of Tabris.js 1.0 by counting down the Top 10 Tabris.js features that I'm most excited about. Tabris.js is a mobile app development framework that enables you to develop your mobile apps entirely in JavaScript. Performance is key to any successful app, and keeping Tabris.js highly performant was the goal from day one. Number 6 on my list is performance. With...

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To celebrate the release of Tabris.js 1.0, I'm counting down the Top 10 Tabris.js features that I'm most excited about. Tabris.js is a mobile framework which enables developers to write cross-platform, native, mobile applications entirely in Javascript; and unlike most mobile app development, Tabris.js is extremely easy to get started with. In fact, with our Mobile Developer App, you can write your first mobile application in less than 10 minutes...

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On April 30th Tabris.js 1.0 was released. Tabris.js is a mobile framework which enables developers to write cross-platform, native, mobile applications entirely in JavaScript. To celebrate the release, I'm counting down my Top 10 Tabris.js features. As soon as a project scales larger than a Hello, World! program, project structure becomes important. Creating boundaries between components, defining APIs and decoupling unrelated pieces all make for a more cleaner,...

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