I saw and experienced the beauty and strength of this framework but im eager to wait the new release with the request of all the community added to it.

When will be the next release?

Hope WYSiwyg and DND of components will inplemented on it.

More power.

PL/SQL programmer.

asked 06 Nov '12, 10:45

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edited 06 Nov '12, 10:46

Hi Cheysenn,

Thank you for your kind words. Much appreciated.

The next release is version 1.2. It's already locked in terms of new development. It is currently going through quality control. We will announce the new features in it when it is released.

An WYSIWYG GUI Editor with Drag and Drop is not part of the 1.2 version. We understand its value and are working very hard on it. There is still time until it is ready but so far what we've seen is really encouraging. I think the community is going to like it a lot.

I am not sure which new features you are referring to exactly. There are many going around in the Forum. :-). We can't deliver them all in one release. Several of them was brought up after we locked version 1.2 for new features. So they will be part of newer releases.

You may continue developing with the currently available version 1.1.1. We are going to provide an upgrade script soon after 1.2 is ready.

Kind Regards,


answered 06 Nov '12, 14:33

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edited 06 Nov '12, 14:34

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