Config::device_scale_hinthas been renamed to
- You must now supply a path to
Config::resource_path(this is the
resourcesfolder from the SDK)
- You must now supply a writable path to
Config::cache_path(used by Session to write cookies and other persistent data)
Config::use_gpu_rendererhas been added. When this is disabled (the default), the Renderer will use the CPU renderer to paint Views to an offscreen Surface. (Only relevant if you are using
Renderer::Create()-- this is overriden by
Config::use_bgra_for_offscreen_renderinghas been removed. The new CPU renderer now always writes BGRA32 values to the Surface API.
The library now requires you to distribute the
resources folder with your executable (you can tell the library the location of this folder in
Currently, the resources folder contains the following two files:
|This file contains a list of CA Root Certificates to use when verifying SSL certificates.|
You can always find the latest at cURL's website
Failure to include this file may cause HTTPS requests to fail.
|This file contains data for the ICU library, necessary for Unicode support.|
Failure to include this file may cause the library to fail when performing certain text operations, or, in the worst case, crash.
You can now get access to library errors and info by providing a Logger to
The library now uses pixel coordinates for almost every API routine except
Window::Create() (which uses device coordinates).
For example, in v1.1, if you called
Renderer::CreateView() with a width of
100 and were using a
2.0, the library would actually allocate a View with a width of
Overlay::Create() now take width/height in pixels instead.
This change applies to the
GPUDriver API as well-- all viewport coordinates and scissor rects are now specified in pixels.
Beyond the coordinate system change mentioned above, GPUDriver has also been cleaned up, the following methods have been removed:
These methods weren't actually being called by the library-- the GPUDriver implementations in AppCore would typically call these methods internally after handling a call to
GPUDriver::UpdateCommandList(). We've removed these for clarity.
The FileSystem interface has been simplified to the following functions (all others were removed):
View::bitmap() has been replaced with
View::surface() (the default Surface wraps a Bitmap).
This new API allows users to provide their own Surface implementation via
View::js_context() has been replaced with
View::LockJSContext() which returns a scoped lock for the context.
View::EvaluateScript() now returns a String instead of a JSValueRef. (This function now automatically locks the context for thread-safety)
If you still need a native JSValueRef, you should call
View::LockJSContext(), get the underlying context handle, and call
If you're using
Renderer::Create() standalone, you can now use AppCore's platform-specific implementations for the Platform handlers, see
Updated about 2 years ago