Product version: AppBuilder 3.7.5
Released: August 23, 2017
AppBuilder 3.7.5 is an update release. For a list of the new features and updates introduced in the earlier major release, AppBuilder 3.7, see AppBuilder 3.7 Release Notes.
- NativeScript Development:
- Hybrid Development:
- Command-Line Interface:
- Introduced additional iOS deployment targets.
In this version of AppBuilder, support for NativeScript 3.1.3 is experimental. Experimental framework versions have not been fully integrated and you might experience issues when working against them.
Removed support for NativeScript 2.3.0 and 2.4.0. You can no longer build your app against NativeScript 2.3.0 or 2.4.0. To resolve the issue, migrate to a newer supported NativeScript version.
Deprecated support for Apache Cordova 4.0.0. You can no longer change the target Apache Cordova version to 4.0.0. You will still be able to develop and build existing apps that target Apache Cordova 4.0.0.
Support for Apache Cordova 4.0.0 will be removed in October.
Support for Node.js 4.x.x in the command-line interface is now deprecated. You will still be able to develop and build existing apps when using Node.js 4.x.x.
Support for Node.js 4.x.x in the command-line interface will be removed in a future release.
Support for ScreenBuilder (Views service) in the command-line interface is now deprecated. You will still be able to use the ScreenBuilder commands to develop your app.
Support for ScreenBuilder in the command-line interface will be removed in a future release.
Extension for Visual Studio
- The device simulator does not persist your configuration settings across sessions.
- You cannot use the built-in Microsoft Visual Studio debugger to debug Cordova apps on connected iOS devices.
- You cannot use the built-in Microsoft Visual Studio debugger to debug apps on connected Android 6 or later devices.
- You cannot use the AppBuilder debug tools to debug apps on connected Android devices if they use System WebView version 58 or above.