October was a really fun month with the Dublin team spending a couple of weeks in the San Francisco office for lots of work (and a little bit fun too!) . Don’t forget to check out this month’s Hackathon and if you’re publishing an app make sure you promote it in the community via #SuccessfullyTHUNKd
There were one or two updates every week during the month of October, most of them are “behind-the-scenes” but please take a look at our release notes for a more detailed description of everything that’s currently available in the platform.
Thunkable Live for Android
You’ll need v. 114 of the Live Companion app, head over to the Play Store to make sure you’re up-to-date. Also, please consider leaving us if you like our Android app!
Thunkable Live for iOS
For iOS users still running iOS 12.x or older you should be able to use Thunkable Live directly from the App Store .
Sincere apologies to everyone who has updated to iOS 13 and is experiencing issues with live testing. As most of you already know, we were able to diagnose and fix this a few weeks ago (it’s available on TestFlight for anyone still affected) but we’re still waiting for Apple to complete their review process.
The Assistant Component was updated from Dialog Flow v.1 to version 2
Following several requests from users, we’ve added the ability to set the following property:
The Alert Component now has default text for the Confirm and Cancel buttons
The new Video component allows you to play your video files, directly from your projects or via a URL. App users can easily pause, rewind or fast-forward the video with the built in player. The Video component also supports full-screen playback, which is another popular request that we’ve heard from the community.
Following on from last months “Search-by-component” update, you can new search the Gallery by username!
No sooner had the Video component been released than you had feature requests, so we were happy to oblige. Thanks to the Community you can now:
There’s been a lot written about barcode and QR code scanners, both here and on our blog.
The new Barcode Scanner component allows your app to read any barcode or QR code effortlessly, with nothing more than the device camera. You can even choose between the front or rear facing camera.
As always, thanks to you - our wonderful community of Thunkers - for you constant encouragement and inspiration. We love seeing what you’ve created with Thunkable so please feel free to share your work with us, both here and on social media.
~ The Thunkable Team!