Updated: Feb 27, 2020
Welcome to v7.13.0, the 20D release of Bixby Developer Studio. This release introduces a few small updates and bug fixes.
We've updated the close tab commands to only apply to the relevant tab group. We also added a
Close Tabs to the Left command.
We've made the Submissions pane accommodate split screen layouts and narrow screen sizes.
Savein the Simulator
Updated: Feb 27, 2020
Welcome to v7.12.0, the 20C release of Bixby Developer Studio. This release introduces split screens for the editor, search and replace for all files in a capsule, and several bug fixes.
We've introduced a way to view and edit the content of more than one file at a time. Now, in addition to the traditional single editor layout, you can choose from layouts that include 2 columns, 2 rows, or a grid of 4 editor areas. Move file tabs from one editor area to another by dragging the file tab into the destination area. Or you can click on an empty editor area before opening a file to have it opened there.
All files in a capsule can now be searched to find and replace text.
This should help with finding keywords or
Updated: Feb 12, 2020
Welcome to v7.11.0, the 20B release of Bixby Developer Studio. This release introduces a new tab for Release Notes in the editor, improvements to Simulator and Stories, and several bug fixes.
We've introduced a Release Notes tab in the editor. The links to the release notes can be found in the Welcome tab.
The release notes tab will automatically open when you start Bixby Developer Studio with a new version, unless it is a fresh install.
The Simulator now tracks deleted steps.
Until now, you could not use the
Export Story button in the Simulator to export deleted steps. As a result, you couldn't create stories that involve transactions. Now you can export stories, and every step is included in the story, even those that are deleted during the process.
Here's what the new export story flow looks like when you use the shirt sample capsule to select a shirt, select a size, and buy the shirt:
We've updated the keyboard shortcuts to toggle the sidebar and the panel.
Renaming a file now targets the filename instead of the filename and the extension:
The Image Preview Tab Pane now shows additional file metadata:
Special directories (Stories and Training) are now expandable in the Explorer:
assertions.yamlfile does not always update Story