Tabris Tag

Today I'd like to present Tabris 0.11.0. This build marks the last public milestone before the 1.0 release. From my point of view this milestone is a breakthrough for cross-platform mobile development in Java. We have managed to abstract common mobile navigation patterns into a Java API. In addition to this we have added support for SWT Menus and facilities to gain device specific information...

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Over the last years I have seen many OSGi project, and while I am pretty happy with most of them there is a tendency to oversized launch configurations. Keeping the launch configs lean is not easy because the automatic dependency resolver can not always pick the smallest set possible. And maybe even worse it is not always obvious which bundles you need to select to...

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Happy New Year from the Tabris Team! We are having an exiting start into the new year with another release of Tabris, Tabris 0.10.0. The focus of the latest release is user experience. We added support for typical mobile interactions like swiping, back button navigation in trees, and improved visual touch feedback. Page Navigation with Gestures (Swiping) One of the most commonly used gesture on mobile devices is...

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Just in time for Christmas, I'm happy to announce our biggest release yet: Tabris 0.9.0. The new AppLauncher API will enable a tighter integration with iOS and Android and a seamless user experience with other Apps. Alternative Selection for List and Tree is now available. And many changes and additions happened under the hood - such as the RAP 2.0 migration as well as stability and...

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One of the bigger changes in the RAP 2.0 API is the introduction of client services. These are features that interact with the client, but aren't directly related to the widget toolkit. Since there are now multiple types of clients that can be connected (mainly our default WebClient, Tabris for iOS and Tabris for Android), as well as different environments (browser, OS version, hardware), not...

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RAP is approaching its second major release in its 6 year history, and major releases should be accompanied by major new functionality - at least this is our take on versioning. With RAP 2.0 we are changing the project name from Rich Ajax Platform to Remote Application Platform (RAP as a short name remains the same), so there is something really significant happening. RAP has always...

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