Fork us on GitHub

Codename One 3.1 & Easier Iteration

We are gearing towards 3.1 which should land by July 27th
Codename One 3.1 & Easier Iteration

Codename One 3.1 & Easier Iteration

Its been a busy month and getting busier by the moment, we are preparing for App Engines suspension of its blobstore service which will be coming around soon. This effectively means older crash report email functionality will be stopped for older apps (just rebuild the app for the emails to work again).
We are also getting ready for Codename One 3.1 which we have tentatively scheduled for July 27th. This release will include a weeks worth of code freeze and will be the first of our new policy for faster release schedules.

Some features we wanted to make it will have to go in to 3.2 but overall we are pretty thrilled with the shorter release cycle which makes a whole lot of sense in the mobile industry where things change so frequently.
We will release an updated plugin tomorrow morning which should include a lot of the newer features for 3.1.

Easier Iteration on Containers

I often write code that needs to iterate over the components of a container in the form:

int count = cont.getComponentCount();
for(int iter = 0 ; iter < count ; iter++) {
   Component c = cont.getComponentAt(iter);
   // do something with c

This is tedious and annoying, so with the latest version of Codename One it implements the Iterable interface which allows this instead:

for(Component c : cont) {
   // do something with c

Which is obviously easier, its not necessarily as efficient but its easier to write. These are the sort of features we should add into Codename One all over e.g. we just fixed Element from the XML parsing code to allow iteration over its children in a similar way.

Share this Post:

Posted by Shai Almog

Shai is the co-founder of Codename One. He's been a professional programmer for over 25 years. During that time he has worked with dozens of companies including Sun Microsystems.
For more follow Shai on Twitter & github.