Product version: AppBuilder 3.5.1
Released: October 6, 2016
AppBuilder 3.5.1 is an update release. For a list of the new features and updates introduced in the earlier major release, AppBuilder 3.5, see AppBuilder 3.5 Release Notes.
You can test your application on iPad Pro in the device simulator in the in-browser client, classic Windows desktop client, extension for Visual Studio and the command-line interface for Windows systems.
The command-line interface now respects your custom npm registry and npm proxy settings, if any.
Multiple issues in the in-browser client.
When you open a NativeScript app developed with TypeScript, the DevTools (F12 for Chrome) shows a list of validation errors. For example:
Error: Could not find file: 'file:///Angular2/app/app.component.js'.
In Apache Cordova 5.2.0 apps, the Windows Phone 8.1 SDK is not available.
The Kendo UI auto-completion does not work.
Multiple sporadic issues that cause the user interface or the browser to become unresponsive.
Multiple issues in the command-line interface.
For Angular 2-based NativeScript apps, the
appbuilder livesync androidcommand cannot complete and returns the following error message:
unable to resolve usbLiveSyncService.
When you run
appbuilder livesyncwith the
When you try to initialize an Ionic-based project for development using the
appbuilder initcommand, the operation cannot complete and the following error message appears:
Cannot read property 'plugin' of null.
When you use wildcard mobile provisions, you cannot publish to the App Store.
You cannot upload apps which contain the Keychain verified plugin to iTunes Connect.
You cannot build Apache Cordova 5.2.0 apps with enabled Keyboard core plugin. The operation cannot complete and returns the following error message:
Failed to fetch plugin /home/builder/BpcTooling/Cordova3/Plugins/org.apache.cordova.labs.keyboard via registry.
On iOS 10 devices, Apache Cordova apps with enabled LiveSync do not load