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Glimmer DSL for SWT has shipped with explicit system tray support, greatly simplifying the addition of a tray item to an app. It also now supports multiple parallel animations on a canvas, and animation property data-binding.
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Learn the ins and outs of applying labels in Glimmer DSL for SWT desktop GUI with or without images, or just use as separators of content.
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Imagine this scenario. You built this baseball game ticketing management app for clerks to accept ticket purchases over the phone. You already applied branding to it. Now, you want to take it online. Thankfully, Glimmer DSL for Opal lets you auto-run all the GUI code on the web without changing a single line of code.
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This is the first Glimmer DSL for Opal sample (Weather) that performs a network call over the Internet using the Ruby Net::HTTP API. This should hopefully open the floodgates in the future to real web app development with calls to Net::HTTP.get and Net::HTTP.post_form to communicate with Rails applications.
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What the title says. In other news, Glimmer 2 was released, including the new Shine data-binding syntax support, which was extracted from Glimmer DSL for SWT and shared with Glimmer DSL for Opal (sharing is caring eh!?).
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Glimmer DSL for SWT just added its 60th sample with the Weather app elaborate sample included in v4.20.0.4! Also, added Hello, Shell! in v4.20.0.3! Come get 'em while they're hot!
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Glimmer DSL for SWT v4.20.0.1 and v4.20.0.2 bring the following Hello samples aboard: Hello, Composite! / Hello, Layout! / Hello, Tool Bar! / Hello, Cool Bar!
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No, you are not hallucinating!!! The uses of <=> and <= to denote bidirectional (two-way) and unidirectional (one-way) data-binding respectively are real code from the updated Hello, Computed! sample working in Glimmer DSL for SWT 4.20.0.0, thanks to the new Shine syntax for View/Model Attribute Mapping and Ruby's ultra-malleable DSL syntax support. Also, AARCH64 experimental support has been added courtesy of the new SWT 4.20.