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CollectionView: Display Data Sets in Tabris.js

Warning! This article is outdated and might not represent the current state of Tabris.js. The CollectionView is one of the most powerful widgets on iOS. On Android, there's a similar widget called RecyclerView.…

Cloud JavaScript Editor - Codemirror, tern for Tabris.js

Recently we introduced a cloud JavaScript editor as a playground for Tabris.js - we are calling it Scratchpad. In todays world it is really important to give developers an easy path to trying things out,…

Tabris.js 0.9.0 is here

Tabris.js is a new framework to develop mobile apps in JavaScript. For a general introduction, check out this post: Native Mobile Apps in JavaScript with Tabris.js. Version 0.9.0 is now online and the…

Mobile App Development in JavaScript -- Three Minute Tutorial

If you have three minutes and access to an iOS or Android device, you can develop your first cross platform, native, mobile application with JavaScript, using Tabris.js. 1. Request an invite to Tabris.js Ok,…

Tabris.js Packing a Punch at enterJS

We've just returned home from our first enterJS conference in Darmstadt, Germany. EnterJS is all about JavaScript for the enterprise, and given the history of enterprise software, we weren't surprised…

Working with modules and libraries in Tabris.js

Tabris.js implements a module system as outlined by Common.js and supported by npm. Modules are a great way to organize your application code into isolated units. Unlike conventional scripts they keep…

Fast Development Roundtrip: Mobile Apps with Tabris.js

Developing mobile apps, especially when targeting multiple platforms, can be cumbersome and time-consuming. The time to compile and deploy an app to a mobile device really adds up. In this post we introduce…

Native Mobile Apps in JavaScript with Tabris.js

Developing mobile apps in JavaScript / HTML5 holds a great promise. Getting started is easy, Cross Platform is a given and the ecosystem of components and libraries is huge. Still, most apps today are…