Today, we published General Availability (GA) releases for:
- Axway Titanium™ SDK 6.0.4
- Hyperloop 2.1.0
This release includes 12 bug fixes and 2 new features. For a more detailed overview, known issues, and closed tickets, see the release notes:
Hyperloop 2.1.0 Technology Preview support for Windows apps
We have good news to share today. We are pleased to announce a tech preview for Windows 10 support in Hyperloop. We have been receiving feedback from developers building apps for Windows, particularly tablets, and today with Hyperloop release 2.1.0 we take the next step in our commitment to continue our mobile cross-platform support.
A tech preview means that while the Windows features are not fully supported by our excellent Axway support team yet, this release is provided to our users with the goal of exposing the functionality to a wider audience as we continue to add to and improve Windows Hyperloop. We welcome your feedback and suggestions for additional functionality as we move closer to the release of our version of Hyperloop with full GA support for Windows.
We have more exciting announcements coming very soon, stay tuned!
Update Titanium SDK
To update the Titanium SDK from the command line:
[appc] ti sdk install latest
To update Hyperloop using Appcelerator Studio, simply create a new project with an SDK of version 6.0.0 or greater, and enable services for the project. Hyperloop 2.1.0 will be downloaded.
To update Hyperloop using CLI, please ensure you have selected a SDK of 6.0.0 or greater, then simply create a new project, respond “yes” when prompted to enable Hyperloop, and version 2.1.0 will be downloaded. To check which SDK you have selected from the CLI use:
[appc] ti sdk select
If you run into any issues that seem related to the updates, please report them on JIRA.
First, check if it’s a known issue you can watch. If you can’t find an existing ticket, then create one in the Appcelerator Community (AC) project and add as much relevant information as you can, including the release version you are using.
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