Two months ago I published the CN1Lib "Wowza Live Streaming Events", as usual you can install that by the Extension Manager.
The purpose of this CN1Lib is to add live streaming capabilities to iOS and Android Codename One apps, hiding all the complexities and reducing the effort.
We’ve recently added an API to access raw PCM data from the device’s microphone.Read More
I’m Francesco Galgani, a developer and a Codename One enthusiast.
Few days ago I published the first version of an Italian free preliminary course for mobile cross-platform development with Java + Codename One. I'll probably write other articles, however the first module is complete. This course is intended for people interested in app development, but have no prior programming experience. That's why my first article has no code, it's preparatory to understand the magic and challenges of development.
We’ve recently released a few updates to our Media APIs in order to support a wider variety of use cases. One of these upgrades is the new AsyncMedia interface, which includes async play and pause support.Read More
We have added some new progress animations that are specifically designed to be used as placeholders while a component’s data is being loaded.Read More
We recently added a method `invokeWithoutBlocking()` to help ensure the best user experience for your usersRead More
I haven't blogged in a while. I've been busy working with a couple of startups, some enterprise customers and bringing new people on-board. Steve has been great in picking up some of the slack but his plate is too full to blog with the same frequency I had so the blog slowed down a bit during this time. I hope to pick it back up to a weekly post regiment but my schedule is just so tight I barely have time to breath.Read More
Now you can interact with the runtime environment of your app inside the Codename One simulator using the new Groovy Console.Read More
We still have features to cover from our summer vacation but we need to make a short de-tour through newer things that landed recently. One of the big highlights is the switch to WKWebView. We effectively changed the default iOS browser component to
WKWebView instead of
UIWebView. This resolved warnings Apple started sending out to developers about using the out of date