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We have added support for IntelliJ’s asynchronous code debugging feature, so that you can more easily debug your asynchronous code.
We have added a new property sheet and a JavaDocs button to the toolbar of the Properties panel.
Learn how to convert the old Codename One “ANT” project structure demos to Maven projects using the Maven Migration Tool.
We’ve added support for “Inspect Component”, which is similar to the “Inspect Element” feature available in Chrome.
With the latest Maven update (7.0.61), you will notice a few changes to the Codename One simulator that should improve your development experience.
Our next update to the Codename One application archetype (7.0.59) includes some VSCode-specific config files to help improve integration for Maven Projects.
In the latest plugin update, we’ve added a Build-Hints Editor that accessible from a menu item inside the Codename One simulator. This is intended to make it easier to edit your app’s build hints, and also inform you of build hints that you may need to configure.
We recently released a makeover to the iOS certificate wizard that makes it much easier to generate your certificates and provisioning profiles for your iOS deployments.
We’re adjusting pricing for paid plans for new users signing up after December 31st, 2021. Learn how you can keep the old price.
It’s Hacktoberfest time! 🎃 Contribute to Codename One for Hacktoberfest to give back to open-source this October.
We have moved the support to Reddit on the subreddit r/cn1 for open discussion, support and also to allow the users to help each other.
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