Sunsetting the Tabris.js build service

Service Announcement: As of June 30th, 2023, Tabris.js build service will be shut down. While we remain committed to the Tabris.js framework, we recommend that developers migrate to other build services like Github Workflows. This will ensure that your projects can continue to run smoothly and you can continue to take advantage of the latest features and tools.

The good news is that migrating to Github Workflows is relatively easy and straightforward. To help you get started, we’ve created a handy Github migration guide that will walk you through the process step-by-step. This guide covers everything from setting up your Github account to configuring your build pipeline.

Don’t wait until the last minute to start your migration. The sooner you begin, the more time you’ll have to test and troubleshoot any issues that may arise. And if you need any assistance, our team is here to help.

In summary, the Tabris.js build service will be shut down on June 30th, 2023. We stay committed to enhancing and further developing the Tabris.js framework. We recommend developers to migrate to other build services like Github Workflows.

Get Started with Tabris.js 3.9.0

Get the app

  1. Install the Tabris.js developer app on your device. Links below.
  2. Try out the bundled snippets in the app, or edit and run them via Tabris.js Playground.
  3. Install the 3.9 Tabris CLI on your machine: npm install -g tabris-cli@3.9.0
  4. Type tabris init in an empty directory to create a simple example app.
  5. Type npm start and load it in the developer app.
  6. Check out the Tabris.js 3.9.0 documentation.