OPENINSIGHT 9.2.1 RELEASED ALONG WITH UD 4.7 After many months of development and beta testing Revelation Software is pleased to announce the release of OpenInsight Development Suite 9.2.1 and the Universal Driver 4.7. Both products will be available on February 15, 2011.
OpenInsight 9.2.1 includes numerous new features, enhancements and fixes in the following categories:
- Basic + - OIPI.net/OIPI - Form Designer - System Editor ++ - Source Code Management (SCM) - TCL - Arev32 - Character to OpenInsight (CTO) - OpenInsight for SQL - OpenInsight for D3 - OpenInsight for U2 - OpenInsight for Web (O4W)
Click HERE for a complete list of OpenInsight 9.2.1 features and enhancements.
The Universal Driver 4.7 and Universal Driver 4.7 (NUL) have been released in conjunction with OpenInsight 9.2.1. The Universal Driver 4.7 replaces the Universal Driver 4.6 and will be offered in two (2) versions: the free bundled version supplied with OpenInsight 9.x network user licenses and the standard version to be used with OpenInsight 8.x and below, as well as, Advanced Revelation. The UD 4.7 (NUL) will also be supplied at no cost to all current members of our Works Subscription program. Click HERE for more information regarding the Universal Driver 4.7.
FEBRUARY TRAINING SPECIAL Get Up To Speed With All the Latest in OpenInsight 9.2.1 Enroll in an OpenInsight Development Course during the month of February 2011 and bring a co-worker along for FREE! All classes must be completed by December 31, 2011. Please contact our Customer Care Department at (800) 262-4747 to register. The "Introduction to Development in OpenInsight" course has been updated to provide an overview of OpenInsight 9.2.1 features and the "Introduction to OpenInsight for Web (O4W)" course will discuss the features of O4W 1.1. Click HEREfor our class schedule.
WORKS FORUM AND ISSUE TRACKING SYSTEM We are pleased to announce that our Issue Tracking and Resolution System / Suggestion Box has been rewritten using OpenInsight for Web (O4W). The Works Forum will make the transition to O4W shortly.
REVELATION USERS' CONFERENCE 2011 Mark your calendars! The Revelation Users' Conference will be returning to the Rio All-Suite Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada. The conference dates are Tuesday, October 4th - Friday, October 7th, 2011.
TECH TIPS Did you know...that you can use a "Named Styles" setting to update/modify multiple O4W controls at once.
O4W developers are familiar with the idea of giving unique identifiers to each control so that they can be individually changed during event processing, but did you know that you can also use a named style to change multiple controls all at the same time? Almost every O4W element-defining API has a “styleInfo” parameter, which can contain one or more calls to O4W style APIs (O4WColorStyle, O4WSizeStyle, etc.), and/or one or more “named styles”. A named style (also known in HTML and CSS terms as a “class”) is an identifier that has been defined, perhaps in a “style sheet” that has been loaded into your O4W template or added via an O4WStyleSheet call; it often contains a one or more individual style settings (like background color, foreground color, size, position, etc.) that are applied “en masse” to any element that is assigned to that style name. READ ON.
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