Updated: Dec 17, 2019
Welcome to v7.8.1, the 19X release of Bixby Developer Studio. This patch release contains bug fixes and performance improvements. Notably, we changed the behavior of on-demand interpreter training. You must now fix capsule errors before training an interpreter from the Simulator or from Stories.
Updated: Nov 25, 2019
Welcome to v7.8.0, the 19W release of Bixby Developer Studio. This release introduces a few new geo locations for the Simulator, as well as a keyboard shortcut to open and close the bottom panel.
We've added new locations for Frankfurt and Berlin in the Simulator.
We've added a shortcut to open and close the bottom panel, for example the Warnings & Errors panel.
Add New Filemodal where the user can't switch capsules
Updated: Nov 7, 2019
Welcome to v7.7.0, the 19V release of Bixby Developer Studio. This release introduces the new Warnings & Errors panel and the Aligned NL syntax highlighter in the Simulator. We've also changed the default and minimum sizes of all windows, and made some updates to the way we handle file changes.
We moved the Warnings & Errors tab to the bottom panel. It provides a better reading experience and extra features, such as filtering. We are also showing stage-1 and stage-2 deprecations in the sidebar, status bar, and the Warnings & Errors panel.
We've added syntax highlighting to Aligned NL in the Simulator. Different node types are now colored differently. The Aligned NL editor will also show node suggestions as you type.
We noticed that the default sizes of all windows were too small, and users usually resize them immediately after opening. We've changed the default size of these windows so that they are more easily viewable. In addition, we've made the minimum sizes of these windows a little bigger, so that all of their functionality is visible.
File System/Monaco Editor
Updated: Oct 31, 2019
Welcome to v7.6.0, the 19U release of Bixby Developer Studio. This release includes the new Bixby Templates feature and a few bug fixes.
The new Bixby Templates feature makes capsule creation even easier. There are a number of templates to choose from, and creating a capsule this way provides you with a working capsule, with all the required files, which you can quickly improve upon.
The Simulator now supports additional device types that you can target in your
capsule.bxb file under
The new device types are
bixby-watch. These device types are testable within
Bixby Studio, but are not yet supported in the Marketplace. Read more about Simulating Other Devices in the Simulator.
Bixby Studio now supports the addition of a top-level
legal.bxb file for each capsule that
provides country-specific legal agreements.
Updated: Oct 10, 2019
Welcome to v7.5.0, the 19T release of Bixby Developer Studio. This release contains a new feature for Stories and a few enhancements.
We've introduced an add button [+] between Story steps, which provides a new way to add more steps at a certain point in the flow.
When you press the add (+) button, the Simulator opens, and the Simulator executes Story steps up to that point. The Simulator goes into Story Mode, awaiting further additions.
After you add steps in the Simulator, click the Save button to save the steps. Control then goes back to the Story window, where you see the newly added steps.
capsule.bxbfile instead of alphabetically.
Updated: Oct 8, 2019
Welcome to v7.4.0, the 19S release of Bixby Developer Studio. This release contains mainly bug fixes.
We are removing the ability to dock the Debug Console to the Editor. The Debug Console will now only display as a separate window.