Archive - April, 2013

Changes in bbUI.js, getting your Context Menus to work

Hello everyone, I’d like to share some recent changes that affect the way we work with bbUI.js.

I found out about it the hard way :) To be honest, I always download the Samples App from GitHub to show devs how amazing bbUI.js is in terms of performance for mobile. Lists fly, transitions are great, in some cases you can’t tell the app was built using HTML5. The biggest difference is that every time a screen pops out, it gets destroyed. When it needs to be displayed, bbUI.js creates it from scratch. Some people don’t like it, I’m ok with that, specially because it has methods to jump vertically to a specific place in a window (when you show a list for example).

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