Tabris Tag

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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A few days before the start of EclipseCon Europe 2012, we are releasing version 0.8.0 of Tabris. If you have the chance to visit EclipseCon Europe, just ask us for a demo or visit our Tabris talk and workshop right away. Added support for camera and image picking After the video support in Tabris 0.7.0 we now introduce support for local cameras on mobile devices. It enables...

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This year Tabris will be at EclipseCon Europe. Tabris is the mobile cross platform solution that connects the benefits of RAP based web applications with the native power and intuitivity of touch based mobile devices. At EclipseCon Europe you will have the chance not only to get the big picture about the connection between the trends to mobile and touch devices and Eclipse/Java technologies,...

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The other day I wanted to add video playback support to Tabris. "Ha!" I thought, "Piece of cake." My fallback strategy was the normally well documented Android API and, as a last resort, Stackoverflow with the answer to almost any question you can think of. As it turned out, none of these assumptions were correct. While implementing the new video feature, I ran into some pitfalls...

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