Altova Releases MobileTogether 7.0
July 16, 2020

Altova announced the release of MobileTogether 7.0, its low code app development framework.

This latest version introduces a robust new debugger for testing and troubleshooting app behavior during development, as well as numerous new tools for defining controls, actions, and UI refinements.

"Developers who are building highly sophisticated apps and solutions need the ability to troubleshoot throughout the development process to understand and debug app behavior on the fly," said Alexander Falk, President and CEO of Altova. "MobileTogether is the most affordable app development framework that provides enterprise-grade debugging directly in the low-code development environment."

The new debugger in MobileTogether Designer offers developers full-featured debugging of both the execution flow of event handlers and operations AND the results of XPath/XQuery functions called during execution. The power to test and debug apps with precision and immediately understand any app behavior - all directly inside the low-code design environment – enables developers to make a rapid app development process even faster.

Highlights of the new features in version 7.0 include:

- All new debugger

- Overwriting Control Template styles and actions at any instance

- New Update Variable action

- Additional scroll-to options

- Support for new units: dp/sp

- Additional pre-defined button looks

- Padding settings for table rows/columns

- Edit Fields – new option to trigger control actions after time interval

- Support for Android 10

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