Updated: Aug 1, 2019
Welcome to v7.0.0, the 19O release of Bixby Developer Studio. This release brings a brand new Editor experience! We've made some improvements to the Debug Console, Settings, the Simulator, Stories, and other miscellaneous improvements.
All editors across the application now use the Monaco Editor project (the code editor which powers VS Code). The Monaco Editor provides a better out-of-the box feature set and better customization. Here are a few highlights:
Debug Console now provides view settings for grouping inputs.
You now have the option to turn on or off Autosave for the editor. By default, Autosave is on.
The Simulator now more closely emulates the real Bixby device experience for users.
We've updated the look and feel of the Step Editor; the Step Editor now displays the kind of step you are looking at. This gives more freedom when editing stories.
DEPRECATION LOGSsection from the Errors & Warnings sidebar view. Deprecation errors and warnings now show in the tree with normal errors and warnings. You can differentiate between deprecation logs and non-deprecation logs by the