Tabris.js 3.4 allows to create better mobile apps with new dev tools and debugging support

We are happy to announce the release of Tabris.js 3.4. This release focuses on a better developer experience with new developer tools, debugging support, CLI improvements and some new FileSystem APIs for…

Tabris.js 3.3 allows to create better mobile apps with improved image support and simplified widgets

We are happy to announce the release of Tabris.js 3.3. This release focuses on making complex widgets easier to use, handling images with more flexibility and creating common layouts faster. For full details,…

Tabris.js Properties: pan

A "pan" event fires continuously when the user presses their finger on a widget and moves it more than 5px (though the precise distance can vary depending on the platform). This high-level gesture event…

Tabris.js Properties: HighlightOnTouch

The highlightOnTouch property can be set on any widget. If set to true, the widget will give visual feedback when touched. On Android, a ripple animation will radiate out from the center of the widget.…

Tabris.js Properties: elevation

The "elevation" property makes a widget appear elevated by casting a shadow around it. A number value, it positions the widget on the z-axis...

Tabris.js Properties: cornerRadius

cornerRadius is a property that allows us to give square widgets curved corners. This single number value applies to all four corners. It defaults to 0 : right angled-corners...

Tabris.js Selector API, part 2: Selector clashes

When we create a custom component we want to expose certain properties and methods. By passing in options and hooking into change events, the component can be configured as the caller (the developer who…

Tabris.js Selector API

Tabris provides a powerful API for selecting any widget or collection of widgets in the UI tree. Ids, classes, immediate child selectors For those familiar with css - we can use id, classes and…

Tabris.js 2.9 improves iOS 13 Support

We are happy to announce the latest update of Tabris.js 2. It ports some minor features over from the 3.x stream, but the most integral part of this release is a iOS 13 bugfix. Due to a change in Apple's…

Tabris.js Methods: animate

'animate' is a method on the Widget base class. Since all widgets extend this class, all widgets can be animated. In the snippet "https://playground.tabris.com/#animate.js" we call the 'animate' method on a TextView inside the playAnimation function...