In addition to these improvements, DHTMLX Touch introduces some new features, such as HTML5 offline mode, IDE integration, back button support, and online skin builder tool. The detailed documentation, demos, and code samples shorten the learning curve and allow developers to quickly create great looking web apps for mobile and touch devices.
This update extends the list of supported desktop browsers (Chrome, Safari, FF, Opera, IE8+) and adds BlackBerry support. The visual designer tool for DHTMLX Touch, which allows creating mobile web interfaces without coding, has been updated to support the latest release.
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