Genuitec's free iPhone emulator and visual designer, MobiOne,  has just received both design and user interface upgrades. Now MobiOne has a sleek Chrome finish that sports separate launch shortcuts for the Test and Design Centers, larger buttons, collapseable compartments for better menu management and a new media palette.

The new Media Palette includes a growing list of over 60 stock icons to use in smartphone application mock-up design and development. Users can create additional media compartments that are populated with their own custom icons right inside the Media Palette window.

Improved component layout and styling patterns are now integrated into key containers such as tables, navbars, toolbar and the top-level screen area. When dragging components such as text, images or buttons into any container, the designer reveals key layout and styling options based on Apple's user interface guidelines.

For designs with linked components to other designs, when either run using the Run in Test Center action or exported as HTML, the process now consolidates all output from dependent designs into a single set of master HTML resources. The dependent designs do not have to be open in the Designer to execute these processes.
And, exported HTML is now formatted using JTidy. A future MobiOne release will include settings for customizing the JTidy capabilities.
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Posted on May 4th 2010