|Announcing Add-on SDK Version 1.5!||dcm||2/21/12 3:35 PM|
Yet another 6 weeks has gone by and we have just released Add-on SDK version 1.5! This release has two major features and quite a few important bug fixes. As always, there is quite a bit more and you can read all about this release in the official Release Notes. https://wiki.mozilla.org/Labs/Jetpack/Release_Notes/1.5
The two major features in 1.5 are:
* Mobile add-on development! Now you can start developing add-ons for the mobile version of Firefox! For this initial release we have the page-mod API working so that you can, among other things, create add-ons that will display mobile-friendly versions of websites that do not have that option. We have a brief introduction to developing mobile add-ons on the add-ons blog as well.
Look for more APIs to have mobile support as well as more options for localization in coming versions of the Add-on SDK.
We have made our usual announcement about this release on the Add-ons Blog.
The version we shipped is the same as the 1.5RC2 candidate and represents revision 28749058b4a71637f663ef8074a6ea3fe98da77d in the source code repository.
There is a great deal of work that has gone into this release which is scary and exciting at the same time. We are turning a corner on new features landing in the SDK after a few stability releases. Expect great new things from the Jetpack project!
|Re: [jetpack] Announcing Add-on SDK Version 1.5!||Ben Bucksch||2/22/12 3:14 AM|
On 22.02.2012 00:35, dcm wrote:> * Mobile ... page-mod
Way to go! Thanks.
|Re: [jetpack] Announcing Add-on SDK Version 1.5!||CIAvash||2/23/12 1:07 AM|
On 02/22/2012 03:05 AM, dcm wrote:There are mentions of localizing HTML and CSS files, what about
package.json(for localizing preferences)?
|Re: [jetpack] Announcing Add-on SDK Version 1.5!||Jeff Griffiths||2/23/12 7:50 AM|
That's an excellent point!
Localization of package.json is not currently implemented; a further
Dave did mention that this is the beginnings of localization support,