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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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On April 30th Tabris.js 1.0 was released, providing developers with the tools to write native mobile applications entirely in Javascript. To celebrate the release, I've been counting down the Top 10 Tabris.js features. As we discussed yesterday, Tabris.js provides access to the native resources and widgets of the mobile device, directly from Javascript. In addition to native widgets and resources, Tabris.js also provides integrations with Native gestures. Number 9 on...

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On April 30th 2015 we released Tabris.js, and so far the reception has been remarkable! Building beautiful, high quality, native mobile applications -- written entirely in Javascript -- is a real game changer. To help celebrate this release, I'm counting down my Top 10 Features of Tabris.js 1.0. Number 10 on my list is Native Widgets. According to RedMonk's Programming Language Rankings in January, Javascript is currently ranked as...

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Single-sourcing mobile apps has become very convenient, now that we have the technology that lets you do it right, for free: tabrisjs.com. It's especially evident when you use the Tabris.js build service and build your apps directly from GitHub repos. A single repo for an iOS and an Android app? Neat! :) Plus, building online means you don't need specific hardware or software, e.g. a Mac to build an iOS app or Android SDK to build for...

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Building a Tabris.js client for Android or iOS has gotten pretty easy thanks to the Tabris.js build service. For the Android client you don't even need to provide a signing certificate to get started: Simply hit "Build Android App" and off you go. Since the build infrastructure is based on the Cordova platform, you can use the build's config.xml file to provide custom branding like icons or app name. Tabris Android...

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