Fuse beta release 0.1.2235
Platform providers seem to delight in making application lifecycles that differ in subtle ways from version to version and across devices and platforms. Often it is hard to be sure that you are doing the right thing at the right time. This release introduces an improved deterministic lifecycle that works across Android and iOS (and soon all our other platforms).
It not only captures the obvious things from the native API but also more subtle details from the documentation which, though optional, can affect whether your app gets accepted into certain app stores. All the hooks available to Fuse’s internals are available to you, so you can have complete control when you need it.
This release also sees the introduction of fully native ui mixed in with the rich Fuse content. You can take native views from bindings and add them to your Fuse UI in 3 lines of code. With this we now use fully native text input for Fuse’s text inputs, strongly improving the user experience and offering support for all the system’s soft keyboard functionality. The native UI feature is currently Android only, with iOS to follow very soon.
- Native UI support preview ( Android only )
- Native text input controls for Android and iOS
- Improved mobile lifecycle
- Fixed issue where tab-related operations would cause intermittent crashes on OSX
- Added completions for Uno method overrides
- Fixed issue where ="" completion for UX attributes was a little too eager for comfort.