Tersus 126.96.36.199 has been announced stable, and new Windows & Mac installation kits have been created. See the Download page for more details.
The Stable update site (http://updates.tersus.com/stable) has also been updated.Existing studio installations should be updated through eclipse's automatic update mechanism (if configured to do so), or can be updated manually, as explained in the Getting Updates page.Note, that if you are currently running the previous stable version (188.8.131.52) and have not since updated to one of the interim versions, automatic update might not occur, in which case we recommend that you follow the manual update procedure mentioned above.
This version includes numerous bug fixes and features, which were introduced following our previous stable version release (184.108.40.206) and are listed in the Change Log for each interim version.
The main focus of this version in respect to the previous stable version 220.127.116.11 (and the reason for the long time span between these two stable versions), is the introduction of a new set of display widgets, unifying mobile and desktop UI.
Additional key features of the new UI include:
Each display model represents a single HTML tag.In previous implementations a single model could map to several tags (e.g. Table).
All UI functionality is explicitly modeled.In previous implementations certain UI behaviors where only implied by the model (e.g. Navigation Bar)
LESS (a CSS pre-processor) is used to define stylesheets.
The new UI implementation is a work in progress towards a future stable version in which the new UI will become the default. It is currently accessible via an additional project template, called New Mobile Application. The legacy UIs are still accessible via their respective project templates (see File > New > New Tersus Project).
Tutorials and documentation of the new UI (also work in progress) can be found here and here (look for the references to version 2.1.31).
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