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Debugging Tabris.js app's JavaScript code on iOS devices

The essential part of the development is debugging. Debugging JavaScript code on iOS devices is possible and quite easy. However, it has to be performed in Safari, and that is why a Mac machine is required. Prerequirements To…

What JsDoc can do for your Tabris.js Project

Tabris.js provides out-of-the-box autocompletion in Visual Studio Code and Webstorm (and some other IDEs) via the included type declarations file. While based on TypeScript syntax, these declarations work…

Configure your Tabris.js project for use in Gitpod

In the previous blog post, we talked about Gitpod, a great online IDE which provides ready-to-code development environments in the browser for GitHub projects. We opened the dev environment on the Tabris.js…

Debugging your Tabris.js Android app

In the latest release of Tabris.js, we have announced improved debugging support on Tabris.js Android. In this tutorial, we will show how to debug your app with Visual Studio Code. Please, refer to Tabris.js…

CLI keyboard shortcuts to help with Tabris.js app development

In the latest release of Tabris.js, we introduced a new way to interact with an app served by the Tabris.js CLI: keyboard shortcuts. They complement the interactive console (flag -i) that makes it possible…

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…

Develop Tabris.js Applications in the Cloud with Gitpod

Development in the cloud IDE has become increasingly popular these days. Since Tabris.js 3.3, you can develop Tabris.js applications with Gitpod, which is one of the popular online IDE’s that runs in…

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.…