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For the Upcoming version of Elements we completed the port from LLDB to our own native debugger. We already had debug engines for .NET, Java, WebAssembly, Windows and Linux, but for iOS and macOS we used Apple's open source LLDB. LLDB had an obvious advantage of supporting all the platforms
On Friday we published Elements build .2605, the first "Stable" channel build of the year, and wrapping together a lot of great changes and improvements from the past couple months of previews.Let's have a look at some of the new features and enhancementsSupport for Importing .xcframeworks.xcframeworks
Welcome back to Behind the Build, where we take a look at some of the new changes and improvements in the latest Elements build.Build .2585 marks the 59th (!) and last Elements release of 2020, so let's see what's going on..NET 4.8The compiler and entire toolchain as
"Behind The Build" is a new blog series where I will try to give some background information on some of the highlights of the weekly change log.As you probably know, we ship a new build of Elements every Friday (come rain or shine, usually), and while each build comes
Yesterday, Apple annoucned its new M1 chip, and three new Macs that will use it, shipping next week. We all expected great things from the move to Apple Silicon, first teased at WWDC, but if the performance claims Apple made yesterday turn out to be true (a 3.5x speed
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