Native script 6.3: the New CSS Parser, and improved CLI Commands

Alex Alex 02 January 2020
Native script 6.3: the New CSS Parser, and improved CLI Commands

native script that has the Version 6.3. The Open Source Framework is now equipped with a new, optional CSS Parser as well as improved CLI Commands, and has a variety of bug fixes in the Luggage.

native script 6.3 has been released. The latest Version of the framework for the App development, due to a number of bug fixes and Updates improved stability for Apps on Android devices.

The new CSS Parser should provide according to the developers for a 30% faster Start-up. In the now released Version 6.3, the Parser needs to be manually is still on the package.json file can be selected, where the new Key cssParser added on css-tree must be set to. With the next Version this will be implemented as the default.

Basic changes there was, however, in the CLI. Individual commands will no longer analyse the execution of the entire environment, but to save their Status, it is then resource-use-efficient re. According to the developers, the new way of working should lead to the fact that Commands are now running 10-12 seconds faster. There are also problems with the Webpack Hot Module Replacement (HMR) to fixed

The native script play reason now has a Svelte.js Support, while JSCore to the Version 13.2, V8 to v7.8 and Node.js updated on 13. On the side of iOS WebKit on v13 was beyond.2 upgraded.

for More information about the native script 6.3 on the official website.

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Source: entwickler.de

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