Product version: Icenium 1.10.1
Released: 2013, December 19
Last document update: 2013, December 19
Icenium 1.10.1 is a hotfix update for Icenium 1.10. For a list of the new features and updates introduced in Icenium 1.10, see Icenium 1.10 Release Notes.
New features and updates in this Icenium release are grouped as follows:
- Breaking changes: Breaking changes across all Icenium clients, tools and services
- Notable resolved issues: Notable resolved issues from earlier releases
For a list of issues you need to be aware of in this release, see Known Issues.
Modified whitelisting rules in Android config.xml
Apache Cordova 3.1 introduces unified whitelist for Android. To reflect this change, the declaration of the whitelisting rules in the Android config.xml template in Icenium is changed to
If you have existing apps in which you have already manually modified Android config.xml, you might need to manually change the whitelisting rules declaration to
- The whitelisting rules in Android config.xml are declared as
<access origin=".*"/>. In Apache Cordova 3.2 apps and later this might prevent web calls from completing.
Apache Cordova 3.1 introduces unified whitelist for Android and requires whitelisting rules in Android config.xml to be declared as
<access origin="*"/>. In Icenium 1.10 and earlier, whitelisting rules in Android config.xml are declared as
<access origin=".*"/>. This might prevent web calls from completing.
- If you are accessing the Internet via an Internet Security and Acceleration (ISA) server, you might not be able to log into your Icenium account from Icenium Graphite and the Icenium Extension for Visual Studio.
Mist-only: In the device simulator, the Select Image pop-up window for the
camera.getPicture()method is not displayed properly.
Mist-only: If you have installed a browser plugin or add-on or a third-party application, that registers additional MIME types in your browser, Mist might not be able to identify unsupported file types properly and might show them incorrectly in the Project Navigator. You might not be able to open such files. For example, Mist might list
Mfiles as image files and might attempt to open them as images.