This is pretty cool as push to the web is a pain with every browser taking a somewhat different route but with Codename One this will "mostly" work.
One of the first things a hacker will do when compromising an app is look at it. E.g. if I want to exploit a bank's login UI I would look at the label next to the login and then search for it in the decompiled code. So if the UI has the String "enter user name and password" I can search for that.Read More
TLDR: ParparVM is now up to 2.8x faster, and produces binaries that are 15%-20% smaller than before.Read More
This weeks update will go out a bit late or maybe even tomorrow. The reason for the postponing is the scope of the changes. We've made a lot of changes to ParparVM and we are very concerned that there will be regressions. So we would like this update to go in later in case we need to revert that work. Steve wrote a detailed post about the changes he made to ParparVM which we will post next week...Read More
When building an iOS debug version of the app we only build a 32bit version to save build time. Otherwise the build will take almost twice as long as every file would be compiled twice. This worked well and was also fast enough. However, Apple started sending warnings to old 32bit apps and mistakes our apps as such.Read More
One of the common requests we received over the years is a way to let text "fit" into the allocated space so the font will match almost exactly the width available. In some designs this is very important but it's also very tricky. Measuring the width of a String is a surprisingly expensive operation on some OS's. Unfortunately, there is no other way other than trial & error to find the "best size".Read More