Last month we tagged the first release of libhandy, a GTK+ library to ease the development of GNOME applications for mobile devices and small screens. Two of the contained widgets, HdyLeaflet and HdyColumn, are containers to address the specific size constraints of phones (video by Adrien). The rest are special purpose widgets, needed more than once on mobile devices, e.g. a Keypad (video).
This time around for the v0.0.2 release we mostly have bugfixes. From the Debian package's changelog:
[ Adrien Plazas ] * dialer: Make the grid visible and forbid show all. * example: Drop usage of show_all() * dialer: Add column-spacing and row-spacing props. * example: Change the grid's spacing and minimum size request. * flatpak: Allow access to the dconf config dir. * Replace phone-dial-symbolic by call-start-symbolic. * column: Fix height for width request. [ Guido Günther ] * Use source.puri.sm instead of code.puri.sm. * Add AUTHORS file * gitlab-ci: Build on Debian buster using provided build-deps. * arrows: test object construction * Multiple gtk-doc fixes * docs: Abort on warnings. * DialerButton: free letters
The Debian package was uploaded to Debian's NEW queue.