We covered the new
Accordion component last week and just started using it in a demo for which it was very suitable. As we were working with it we discovered that it was missing some core methods to remove an
Accordion entry or change it's title. But worse, was the fact that a delete button in the title wouldn't work!
The crux of the issue is in the fact that lead component doesn't support excluding a specific component within the hierarchy from it's behavior so we set about to fix that...
We just released an updated set of plugins with many bug fixes and enhancement mostly revolving around the new settings UI but also a lot of the functionality required for proper Windows UWP support...Read More
We've been working very hard on updating a very ambitious demo for this week but alas it still isn't ready... In the meantime we decided to modernize the clock demo which is an important demo that is missing from the IDE's for some reason which is a shame because it's probably our only low level graphics focused demo...Read More
Chidiebere Okwudire of SMash ICT Solutions just released version 3.0 of the parse4cn1 library. The biggest feature of which is support for the open source Parse server which should work with some of the parse alternatives that popped up to fill the void left by Facebook.Read More
Background fetch allows an app to periodically "fetch" information from the network while the app is in the background. This is scheduled by the native platform, where apps that support background fetch will be started up (in the background), and their
performBackgroundFetch method will be invoked.
A couple of weeks ago we detailed a plan to migrate to the new xcode 7.x build servers. We tried this migration over the weekend and while for most developers this worked rather nicely for some there were issues that we can't explain so we decided to revert the change and regroup.Read More
Accordion ui pattern is a vertically stacked list of items. Each item can be opened/closed to reveal more content similarly to a
Tree however unlike the
Accordion is designed to include containers or arbitrary components rather than model based data.
This has been a tremendous week with a lot of news & next week will be even more hectic!
Next week we will turn on the new iOS build servers by default which means a huge change is coming the biggest is probably http connection problems but I'm sure we'll run into quite a few other issues...
We'll be migrating to the new iOS build servers this Sunday and this does entail one major thing you need to be aware of. With the new version of xcode http URL's are blocked by Apple. We blogged about this a while back but this bares repeating as it's something a lot of you will start running into.Read More
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