The third release candidate of Version 1.10.0 is now available. This version wraps up several internal changes to boost the performance of SproutCore views and closes a few more smaller bugs. If you’ve already installed the previous release candidate, please run:
gem update sproutcore —pre
Changes in 1.10.0.rc.3
- Bug fixes.
- Performance improvements.
We’ve just published the second release candidate of Version 1.10.0. The first candidate gem was incorrectly packaged and would not work with a regular install. If you’ve already installed the first release candidate, please run:
gem update sproutcore --pre
Changes in 1.10.0.rc.2
- Fixes gem problem, which resulted in
`gem_original_require': no such file to load -- bundler/setup errors when trying to run any of the SproutCore command line tools.
- Removes a developer warning when animating with a duration of 0, which can be valid if the duration is calculated. In any case, animating a duration of 0 has always been supported by
- Improves the regular expression used by
SC.RenderContext to escape strings so that HTML entities like
à are preserved.
- Fixes a regression with
SC.RadioView that failed to add the
disabled class to disabled radio items.
- Fixes some internal SproutCore unit tests.
The SproutCore team is pleased to announce the pre-release of SproutCore 1.10.0. Version 1.10 is, without a doubt, the fastest and most feature-rich version of SproutCore to-date and includes several new features, internal improvements and bug fixes and is a recommended upgrade for all SproutCore developers.
To install SproutCore for the first time, please visit http://sproutcore.com/install/ for instructions. If you are upgrading from a previous version of SproutCore, simply run the following:
gem update sproutcore --prerelease
Highlights of Version 1.10.0
In this release we dug deep into the core of SproutCore to improve the entire development and runtime experience from start-to-finish. This includes clean-ups of the developer API to improve consistency and memorability, brand new features for automatic layout, transition animations, live updates and more and working through extensive internal refactors of key components to boost speed and reduce memory consumption.