Beta versions are not as thoroughly tested as stable
HTML Element updates; bug fixes
Don't miss out on the latest and greatest new features in Construct 3
This release includes a new HTML menu example that demonstrates an advanced use of the new HTML Element plugin. This release makes a few tweaks to HTML Element to make this kind of usage easier, and it shows how you can build relatively sophisticated parts of your UI using HTML and CSS. The example includes the use of SVG icons, CSS animations, box shadow, and a flexible layout that sizes to fit the content - and it all integrates smoothly with the rest of the project! So take a look to see what's possible.
We've also got another batch of bug fixes for you as we focus on reliability as we work towards a stable release. Hopefully that stable release will come in the next couple of weeks, but as ever it's subject to change, so please test carefully and let us know if you run in to any problems!
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The HTML Element for me is the next best feature to be implement after JS, beauty is they compliment each other perfectly. For an app developer like myself (with a strong HTML, JS and CSS background) the HTML Element opens so many doors and saves so much time. Amazing.
crash when open layout
Crashes whenever I open a new layout :(
Construc crashes when opening scenes...
The scenes in this version have some troubles
If you run in to any problems please file an issue following all the guidelines.
Last Version work in MacBook M1 ?
Is the HTML element plugin supposed to be under plugins?
Thank You! :)
Add support for full-fledged 3D, third-party developers create plugins, which means you can do it! We need to finish it, since we have already started.
It's not their goal to make full-fledged 3D as of now. I'd love to see it happen if Scirra were to have more employees though!
Adding the ability to import simple 3D models would be enough.
This is interesting. I think still lot of things to work on (especially focusing touch, click, and how event propagate), how to make reusable block without having reference that make it impossible to copy / paste things that is more interesting than any fake 3D or HTML feature, even if the last one sound promising...