Added iPhone 5 support to AppFurnace Preview. Use the same process to make your app lay out properly on the new taller screen that you can use for Android apps. See the tutorial here: https://appfurnace.zendesk.com/entries/20781202-making-your-pages-lay-out-properly-on-phones-with-different-sized-screens
New Publishing System, making the app publishing process more accessible (see the Support Forums for more information)>
New Features Widgets can be added to scroll areas using code. A new ‘add()’ function on Scroll Area widgets allows this. Preview of RichText auto-updates while you change the text. Previously the preview only updated when Enter was pressed. RichText widgets have Scroll enabled by default. When the user taps on a button, the function [...]
Today we’ve released AppFurnace 3.2.1, with a couple of adjustments to AppFurnace’s API and some minor bug fixes: Fixed a JSONP big that prevented proper format for sending & receiving of data to a remote server using AJAX and JSONP. See these support questions about Sending Data and Receiving Data for more information on the [...]
We’ve been making improvements to AppFurnace’s interface and code base for version 3.2 – here’s an outline of the recent changes, including bug fixes and new interface features.
In the last month, we’ve been working to make the process of making apps with AppFurnace a little smoother. Working with some of our users, we noticed that managing, copying and deleting apps just didn’t flow properly, so, in response to user feedback we’ve updated the toolbar, allowing you to edit everything about your app in one place.
AppFurnace 3.1 has been released today. It contains a host of bugfixes as well as a few new features for users of Audio and Code. Updates to Audio, Layout Tool, Code Tab, API, AppFurnace Player (iPhone) and more.
Today we have updated the Calvium Player on both iPhone and Android. The new iPhone version is 1.40, and the new Android version is 1.1. The first thing you’ll notice is that we’ve changed the Calvium branding to a new AppFurnace branding. We’ve changed the name of the app too – it’s now called AppFurnace Player. Don’t [...]