We are thrilled to announce the release of Codename One 3.8. Codename One is an open source "Write Once Run Anywhere" mobile solution for Java developers!
This new release significantly refines the native look and feel of Codename One, it brings the GUI builder to a new level with styling support. It finally adds Mac OS appstore distribution support which means all the major appstores are now supported targets for Codename One applications.
In this post, I elaborate on some of the behind the scene work that was involved in bringing Kotlin to Codename One.Read More
We were prepared for an uphill effort in terms of getting Kotlin up and running... Turns out that getting the basic support out of the door was much easier than expected with a few expected caveats that will hopefully be acceptable moving forward. Steve did pretty much all of the work on this, I asked him to write a post where he explains the challenges as this isn't the first time he ported a JVM language to Codename One.Read More
Codename One 3.7, the "Write Once Run Anywhere" mobile solution for Java developers is now live!
This exciting new release brings with it a surprising new overhaul of the Codename One GUI builder which now includes support to "auto-layout" allowing developers to place components with the ease of Photoshop or Illustrator..
We received some interest related to Kotlin over the past couple of years and this has risen noticeably in the past month or so. Up until now we tried to be very focused on Java which is why we didn't add support to other JVM languages even though this shouldn't be too hard. But Kotlins similarity to Java and its special relationship to Android make it an ideal second language for us.Read More