Exciting Updates to Orubase in Essential Studio 2015 Volume 2

The release of Essential Studio 2015 Volume 2 has brought a number of developments to our award-winning control suite, ranging from new controls to enhanced functionality. In this blog, we will look at the major new features for Orubase, our solution for mobile app development using Microsoft Visual Studio and Apache Cordova.

The first of the new features is the Orubase Developer Application. This new app, available in the app stores for the iOS, Android, and Windows platforms, allows developers to load, view, and test hybrid HTML 5 and JavaScript apps developed using the Orubase framework. With this app, developers can make changes to the source code and instantly test those alterations.


The Orubase Developer Application

The second major new feature is the Orubase Simulator. Like the Orubase Developer Application, it allows developers to quickly test source code changes by previewing how an app would appear on iOS, Android, and Windows devices. When satisfied with the preview, developers can use the Orubase Developer Application to scan a QR code generated by the Orubase Simulator to immediately begin testing on an actual device.

In addition to these new applications, several updated features have been included in the release. Orubase applications can now be integrated with Cordova 5.0, and Orubase UI controls now support AngularJS and Knockout integration. Orubase UI controls also provide TypeScript support.

All of this is in addition to the features that developers have come to expect from Orubase. With over 30 controls; seamless Microsoft Visual Studio, Apache Cordova, and AngularJS integration; full Direct-Trac support; and access to native device capabilities, Orubase remains our premier solution for developing hybrid mobile apps. You can discover its exciting uses by downloading Orubase for free from our website.  Tell us about your experiences with Orubase, and what you hope to accomplish with the latest updates, in the comments, on Facebook, or on Twitter

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