This release contains the first iteration of the Twitter Fabric RoboPod. This version is mainly concerned with the iOS side of Fabric, providing you bindings to the following Fabric services:
- Digits for phone number based sign-up and login
- MoPub for ads
- TwitterKit for Twitter integration
- Answers for mobile analytics
Follow the links above to the official documentation! We are currently working on RoboVM samples for Fabric to make it even easier for you to use these bindings.
Bug Fixes & Enhancements
As always, we squashed bugs, improved performance and added some bells and whistles. Here are the most important changes:
- Fixed an issue with RxJava in high-concurrent scenarios as well as alignment issues
- Fixed memory leak in IntelliJ IDEA plugin and RoboVM Studio that would eat up CPU and memory
- Fixed crash in Android SDK setup on Linux
- Added automatic installation of HAXM to the Android SDK setup
- Updated RoboVM Studio to IntelliJ IDEA 15.0.3
- Updated Android SDK to the latest version for Windows, Linux and Mac OS X
- Added setting to IntelliJ IDEA plugin/RoboVM Studio to disable automatic setting of language level to 1.8
- Added various improvements to the device selection dialogs in Eclipse and IntelliJ IDEA/RoboVM Studio
- Minimized the amount of Gradle demons that are being spawned by IntelliJ IDEA when creating or importing Gradle-based projects
- Added methods to
NSDatato retrieve contents without producing garbage
- Fixed classpath/bootclasspath setup in dynamic frameworks
- Fixed linking on Linux x86_64
- Fixed crash in debugger due to wrong JDWP event ordering
- Updated all 3rd party SDKs used in RoboPods to their latest versions
- Bindings for all new iOS 9.2 APIs
- Fixed 30 second watchdog limit on iOS for unit tests. iOS would kill a process that takes longer than 30 seconds to establish a UI run loop. Unit tests do now set up an artificial run loop, while tests are being run on a separate thread.
Our focus for the next releases will be on implementing the new RoboPods, maturing tvOS support as well as full bitcode support.
Stay tuned and happy coding!