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Kotlin Plugin (1.4) leads to an incompatibility with Android Studio 4.1

We had some recent feedback, that the MobileUI project wizard does not open in Android Studio 4.1 anymore. Reason is a bug in IntelliJ's official Kotlin plugin in Version 1.4, which you get, if you update Android Studio 4.1 from the original installed version to the latest…

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MobileUI 0.5.2 compatible with Android Studio 4.2 RC1

The MobileUI Plugin is compatible with the currently published Android Studio 4.2 RC1. The Android Plugin, however, does not generate the correct launch configuration on project creation (as seen before). If you follow the last migration guide, you can easily succeed with…

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MobileUI 0.5.2: Bringing Android Studio 4.1 support

After some Corona-pause, we are happy to announce, that we are bringing an update for the MobileUI plugin. With version 0.5.2, we are compatible with Android Studio 4.1. See what's new here: https://docs.mobileui.dev/whats-new/

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Is there anyway to access location through mobileUI?

Is this something that has to be coded separately for Android and iOS, or is an abstraction layer available?

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MobileUI 0.5.1: A bunch of new plugins and a BOM!

MobileUI 0.5.1 is out now and brings a bunch of new plugins: There are Dark Mode, Internationalization and easy-to-use plugins for the popular Retrofit and OkHttp libraries. It's a great start for securely consuming REST services with your app. We are making all plugins…

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Building a Tabbar for iOS

Our screenshots of MobileUI apps show a TabBar for Navigation on iOS. It's a great navigation pattern for iOS apps. But how can you build this? MobileUI currently does not abstract the navigation on iOS and Android. So, you need to implement this natively. Here is an example,…

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[SOLVED] First project missing directory "app-android"

Hi, I just installed MobileUI and created my first project in Android Studio. Unfortunately the new project does not contain an directory named "app-android". Strange enough the directory "app-ios" is there. Any idea why that directory is missing? Thanks, …

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MobileUI 0.5.0 brings Linux and Windows support

Great news: With version 0.5.0, we are bringing MobileUI to Linux and Windows! And with it comes a super-easy installation method: The MobileUI Framework is now bundled with the plugin and installed automatically. Read more in our blog…

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MobileUI 0.4.2 is out now

I am happy to announce, that we have just published version 0.4.2 of the MobileUI Framework and Tool Suite. You can download all files from the Login-Area at https://www.mobileui.dev/ We have fixed several bugs and made minor changes. You can refer to the Whats-New Section in…

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MobileUI publicly available 🚀🚀🚀

We are excited to announce, that as of today, we are making MobileUI publicly available to all you hackers out there! You can now download the 0.4.1 release of the MobileUI Framework, the MobileUI Android Studio Plugin and our Android Studio compatible version of the RoboVM…

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