John Morrissey

Syntax highlighting for "TODO:"

"TODO:" should have special syntax highlighting. Silly, but I've become quite fond of this. Bonus points if you have it cause some notification on the scroll that it exists.
Feature Request by John Morrissey Status: New Comments: 0 Category: AppBuilder Last update: 2013-02-16T22:41:10 by John Morrissey
0
Robert Johnson III

syntax highlighting on double click

I think it would be a nice touch to highlight words that match the word that has been double clicked similiar to notepad++ behavior.
Feature Request by Robert Johnson III Status: New Comments: 0 Category: AppBuilder Last update: 2013-02-16T02:20:36 by Robert Johnson III
0
Keith Richardson

Conditional Statements in Kendo Templates Confuse Code Analysis and Auto-Text

Some conditional statements in Kendo UI templates can cause Icenium to have problems with code analysis. For example:

<script id="test-template" type="text/x-kendo-template">
<p>Test:<br />
#if(Field1 !== null) {#
<span class="Test">
<a href="javascript:test('#= Field1 #');">
#} else {#
<span>
#}#
#= Field2 #<br />
#if(Field1 !== null) {#
</a>
#}#
</span>
</script>

On the </a> line, Icenium shows an error of "HTML: Expected </span>". This in itself is not a big problem, but if you have another script tag at the bottom of the page, any time you type a ">", it throws in a </script>. For example:

<script>
var app = new kendo.mobile.Application(document.body, { transition: "slide", layout: "mobile-tabstrip" });

if(1 ></script>
</script>

I don't think this was happening before 1.2.

Forum post: http://icenium.com/community/forums/report-a-bug-/conditional-statements-in-kendo-templates-confuse-code-analysis-and-auto-text
Feedback by Keith Richardson Status: New Comments: 1 Category: AppBuilder Last update: 2013-02-08T08:07:59 by Stefan Dobrev
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J D

IntelliSense and Html5 Tag Gui

Would like to see html5, JavaScript, jQuery, and Kendo UI IntelliSense. HTML 5 Tag GUI for a control like Toolbox like in Visual Studio.

All though I do have to say it's fun right now writing allot of raw markup again.
Feature Request by J D Status: New Comments: 0 Category: AppBuilder Last update: 2013-01-31T12:43:07 by Stefan Dobrev
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Keith Richardson

Deployment Provisioning Profile AppID Wildcard Problem

My project app identifier is com.MyCompany.MyProject. If I generate an Apple in-house deployment provisioning profile with an AppID of com.MyCompany.*, the publish dialog of Icenium says "Project Application Identifier does not match any of the AppStore provisions Application Identifiers." If I leave profile in Icenium and create a deployment provisioning profile with the AppID of com.MyCompany.MyProject, the publish dialog says "There are more than one AppStore provisions matching. Package will be signed with the first one matching." If I remove the one with the wildcard, it says "Your application validators are OK!"

This is a two-part problem. First of all, is there any reason why we can't publish with a profile using a wildcard. If we can't then it shouldn't incorrectly state that there are multiple matching profiles once I add one that doesn't use a wildcard.
Feedback by Keith Richardson Status: New Comments: 0 Category: AppBuilder Last update: 2013-01-15T15:11:05 by Keith Richardson
0
Vladimir Minkin

Line indentation preview and highlight for closing tag.

Please make line indentation preview and highlight for closing tag. Thanks you.
Thanks you.
Feature Request by Vladimir Minkin Status: New Comments: 0 Category: AppBuilder Last update: 2013-01-09T09:10:27 by Vladimir Minkin
0
Max Paulousky

Graphite: Allow turning off embedded version control support

Please, allow turning off embedded git support and specifying any local folder for project. I want to use my own local git and other than GitHub/BitBucket git repository.
Feature Request by Max Paulousky Status: New Comments: 0 Category: AppBuilder Last update: 2012-12-28T09:24:46 by Max Paulousky
0
Oscar Lito M Pablo

Add Google Chromium Embedded-Based Desktop App Development/Packaging to Icenium Feature Set

I understand that Icenium is targeted toward mobile app development, but wouldn't Icenium attract more customers and expand its market if it adds the ability to generate and package Windows 7/8 and Mac OS X desktop applications based on Google's Chromium Embedded platform/runtime (CEF)?

The mobile development tools arena is already such a crowded marketplace, and I'm sure Icenium will get a bigger slice of the market if it includes --- SOON I HOPE --- an integrated set of tools for packaging CEF-based desktop apps.

I believe the first HTML5/JS/CSS3 IDE to add this feature will gain a bigger slice of the pie.
Feature Request by Oscar Lito M Pablo Status: New Comments: 0 Category: AppBuilder Last update: 2012-11-28T07:30:50 by Oscar Lito M Pablo
0
Brian Cooper

Graphite - The 'C', 'R', 'N' Pop-up Menu needs more offset

I am not sure if this effects other people, but I find that this feature is position just enough below the cursor that I constantly trigger it. It seems that I click on an area to edit the text and then intentionally move my mouse cursor slightly away from my text blinking text cursor because having both at the same location slightly impedes my view. When I do this, I naturally place my my cursor just slightly below the text cursor which trigger that pop-up. I seem to do it quite a bit. Perhaps this is just my own bad habit, but I would suggest making the option be a bit more offset or just roll it into the right-click menu.
Feedback by Brian Cooper Status: Approved Comments: 1 Category: AppBuilder Last update: 2012-11-07T09:42:36 by Kristina Koeva
0
John DeVight

Better Log Messages

I was trying out the phonegap localStorage but it didn't seem to work. I wasn't getting any feedback from Icenium or the simulator and had no idea what the problem was.

After several minutes of trying various things, I finally noticed the following Log message:

Simulator: Uncaught SyntaxError: Unexpected token ILLEGAL at index.html (line: 1)

I finally tracked it down to a syntax issue in the JavaScript file. I had the following line of code:

window.localStorage.setItem("name", {"firstname" : "John", "lastname" : "DeVight" });

and it should have been:

window.localStorage.setItem("name", JSON.stringify({"firstname" : "John", "lastname" : "DeVight" }));

First, Icenium needs to provide some sort of clear visual indication that there is a Log message with an error. Maybe a red "X" on the corner of the Log icon.

Second, the Log message was cryptic. If I'm going to do real development, I need log messages that are going to help me track down the problem.
Feature Request by John DeVight Status: Approved Comments: 0 Category: AppBuilder Last update: 2012-08-30T07:45:36 by Neven Dinev
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