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We have released an update to Tabris. Check the details and enjoy creating your mobile apps. Tabris Issues with console output for thrown errors have been fixed. Tabris Developer App The Tabris developer app is functioning on iOS 9 again. Android We've fixed an issue where touchEnd would not fire in some cases. Gone is the issue causing images loaded from external resources not to be scaled according...

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We've just updated Tabris.js to 2.1 First of all - lots of support came to us from the users of Tabris.js 2.0. It’s good to know you’re with us – THANK YOU! Check out what's new in 2.1 The positive feedback gave us more fuel and here’s a new set of features & improvements: Launching external apps. New ActionSheet dialog allows showing unlimited dialog options. Tint colors for CheckBox,...

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Today, we’re proud and happy to announce the release of Tabris.js 2.0. This release makes Tabris.js even simpler to use, yet more flexible and powerful than ever, all while adding support for a completely new mobile platform. The Highlights Tabris.js 2.0 is the result of the feedback we received and the lessons we've learned while building Tabris.js apps. Here are the features we're most excited about: We replaced...

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Tomorrow Tabris.js 2.0 will be released and we conclude our count-down of the top 10 new features with our favorite addition: support for TypeScript 2 & JSX. TypeScript 2 & JSX We significantly improved support for TypeScript and introduced support for JSX, the declarative approach to UI creation. JSX allows you to embed XML directly into your Tabris.js code, giving you a better representation of your widget...

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With the Tabris.js 2 release only a few days away we continue our rundown of the Tabris.js 2 Top 10 features. Today we focus on the highly requested modal dialog. A modal dialog is used to show contextual information while blocking the rest of the UI. It is able to inform the user about important events or to request immediate feedback. AlertDialog With Tabris.js 2.0 we enable...

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JavaScript has been used as a client side language for over 20 years and as a server side language for close to 10. In the past 3 years, JavaScript has emerged as a language of choice for mobile app developers, especially those looking for a cross-platform solution. Technology stacks such as React Native and Tabris.js are the obvious choices, but some engineers are rolling their...

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In preparation for the Tabris.js 2.0 release, we started counting down the 10 features of Tabris.js 2.0 that we're most excited about. We reached the halfway point, which means that the release is almost here and we have 4 features left to go. Feature Number 6: Binary Fetch is a pretty exciting technical feature, especially for me because it required the implementation of shared memory regions in...

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Tabris.js 2.0 is just two weeks away, and the development team is taking this ramp down time to reflect on the release and highlight the features we're really excited about. A new major release gave us the opporuntity to update the API. We have been designing APIs for Widget Toolkits for over 10 years, and in that time we've learned a lot. In Tabris 2.0, we've modernized...

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