New this build: export to Tizen! Currently there are no devices available that run Tizen, which is a new mobile/tablet operating system mainly developed by Samsung and Intel. However Samsung has announced they will launch Tizen phones towards the end of this year, and as the maker of the most popular Android phones, this means Tizen could quickly become a major new mobile OS. We managed to get hold of an early Tizen device, and Tizen supports creating apps directly in HTML5 (just like Firefox OS, Windows 8 and Blackberry 10). So we've added in support nice and early so you can be ready as soon as Tizen devices launch.
Tizen has a very promising browser - it supports WebGL and the Web Audio API already, scoring 91% on ScirraMark, only missing WebRTC (for the User Media object). This means Tizen apps should perform well and have a broad feature set. The process of deploying an app to Tizen is a little complicated right now, requiring developer devices, the Tizen SDK, and we had to do a firmware update and install some drivers on the developer device to get it working. For this reason we won't be documenting how to deploy to Tizen apps for the time being - we'll leave it for those already familiar with Tizen (or if you're feeling brave!). When commercial devices become available we'll be sure to write a new tutorial, and by then the process should be significantly simpler.
There's also a raft of smaller additions this build, ranging from scale inner fullscreen mode, Sprite now has an initial animation property, a new plugin to access files on disk in node-webkit, and more. See the changelog for the full details!