Updated: October 20, 2021
Welcome to v8.13.0, the 21T release of Bixby Developer Studio. This release includes support for the
audio-control component in the Simulator, Training Editor performance optimization, and other enhancements and bug fixes.
We've added support for the
audio-control component to the Simulator in this release so that you can interact with the component, just like on an actual mobile device:
For more information, see the Testing Audio section in The Device Simulator Developers' Guide.
We've made a few performance updates to the Training Editor.
Updated: August 30, 2021
Welcome to v8.12.0, the 21O release of Bixby Developer Studio. This release includes searching for documentation directly from Bixby Studio, editing keyboard shortcuts, and a few other enhancements.
Now you can search the Bixby Developers' Guide, References, and all the other guides within Bixby Studio directly. Clicking on any of the search results takes you to that page on the Developer Center.
You can also filter results by documentation type.
For more information, see the Documentation Search topic.
We introduced a way for you to customize keyboard shortcuts. You can do so in Settings. Click on “Open Editor” under the Keyboard Shortcuts section of the Settings page to view your current Bixby Studio shortcuts.
You can edit a command's shortcut by clicking on the command. From here you can enter a new key combination or remove the existing shortcut.
You can search for shortcuts by either typing the command name in the search area, or by clicking on the keyboard icon and pressing the shortcut key combination.
For more information, see the Keyboard Shortcut Editor topic.
Updated: June 1, 2021
Welcome to v8.11.0, the 21H release of Bixby Developer Studio. This release adds the Component Gallery feature, improved Training V2, and a number of enhancements.
We are introducing the Component Gallery feature, where you can pick a customized Views component and insert it into a view, layout, or macro file.
You can find the
Insert from Component Gallery menu item from the autocompletion menu (
ctrl + space) in the editor. This option appears only when the cursor is at a position where a Bixby Views component can be inserted.
After you customize a Views component, click
+ Insert button on the bottom right to insert the code snippet in the view file.
We've made these improvements to Training V2:
We brought back the NL editor from Training V1 while keeping the Aligned NL editor from Training V2.
You can have one training draft. While editing a new training entry, click back to save a draft of the training. Once back in the list view, click on the Back to draft button to continue editing the draft. Click Cancel while editing the training entry to discard the draft.
Updated: Apr 26, 2021
Welcome to v8.10.0, the 21F release of Bixby Developer Studio. This release adds improved autocompletion and documentation discovery features to our editor, as well as easy access to our library of sample capsules, and a number of bug fixes.
We've added the ability to more easily find the definitions of layout and template macros.
When you view a
template-macro in the editor, you can see the name of the macro shown as a link.
Clicking on the link leads to the definition specified in its
Similarly, you can find that
layout-macro lead to
When you hover over a key in the code editor, you can see part of the reference documentation for that key, and a link to see the full documentation in a web browser.
You can see a list of all sample capsules in our documentation, as well as additional sample capsules available on the Bixby Developers GitHub within Bixby Studio by choosing the new "Create Capsule from Sample" option in any of the menus or other places where you can create a capsule. Choose a sample capsule from the list, and it gets downloaded into a local folder and opened as a new capsule. This makes it easy to start a new capsule by copying from an existing example.
Updated: Feb 2, 2021
Welcome to v8.9.0, the 21B release of Bixby Developer Studio. This release includes the new Back/Forward Navigation feature, as well as minor fixes and enhancements.
This release adds a new editor feature to streamline code navigation. The editor now has the ability
to navigate back and forth between recent editing positions using
on Windows, and
Cmd+Shift+) on Mac. For instance, after navigating to the
definition of an action using
Ctrl/Cmd+Click, you can quickly go back to the previous code
We've updated the capsule status pop-up to display the file sync progress in percent.
The capsule submission panel displays the upload progress by percentage.