This is the roadmap.
Disclaimer: Please remember that the developers of iUI are volunteers and this roadmap is in no way a commitment that any of these proposed features will ever be completed.
Release 0.4 (RELEASED August 11, 2012)
Note: iUI 0.4 has been released but we still need to close some issues in the Issues DB and update the below list
Release 0.4 features and fixes not final, but a proposed list is here:
- Support for custom Themes (aka "skins")
- Clean up form handling and documentation
- #24 - Hook to call add-ons when fragments are Ajax-loaded
- This should enable some other interesting features as add-ons (script loading, etc)
- Sandbox Extensions (i.e. pre-alpha or alpha)
- iScroll - Scrolling under NavBar and under a fixed Tab Bar, etc. (iScroll Extension Wiki Page)
- HTML 5 Cache Manager
- Google Analytics
- TbBMod - modifies navbar buttons on the fly - and more!
- Masabi - provides calendar control, sliding form-picker panels, etc.
- Sandbox Themes
- iPhoneDevCamp theme
- Default theme using gradients
- Android Theme
- WebOS Theme
- Some bug fixes previously slated for 0.30
- High priority bug fixes
- OPEN Issues currently slated to be Addressed in 0.40
- ALL Issues currently slated to be Addressed in 0.40
Release 0.4.1 (October 2012)
Release 0.5 (Unstable release - November 2012)
- Stable release of features developed during 0.5
- Stable release of 0.7 features
- Working towards the "final" release 1.0
- Final release of original iUI.
- Other significant changes
- Clean up iUI architecture, expand functionality, better docs and examples.
- More error handling
- Better docs and samples, including some backend code in a variety of languages (anyone want to contribute?).
- Investigate larger architecture issues, such as optional callbacks.
- Demonstrate other kinds of iPhone user interfaces
- Tabs (like in the iTunes Wi-Fi app)
- Moving items up/down
- Make examples that work with AdMob and Google Mobile Adsense.
- Investigate ability to turn off iPhone specific UI elements when run on non-iPhone webkit phones, yet still functional.
- Take advantage of any new features offered by updates to Mobile Safari.
- Microformat for identifying iPhone web apps.