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Daily Dose - SproutCore 1.4 Grows Touch Support

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Daily Dose - SproutCore 1.4 Grows Touch Support

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A new release arrived for the SproutCore framework that builds nativeized web apps.  The new release, 1.4, has more touch events for mobile devices and better animation support.  The build tools such as Abbot have gotten a speed boost in this release.  Finally, there were some experimental features including a TableView, CollectionView Fast Path, and a full-fledged interface builder written in SproutCore itself.

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