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Elevate Web Builder Status UpdatePosted by Tim Young on Thu, Dec 15 2011
The latest scheduled release date was December 15th, but unfortunately we're going to miss the release date again. At this point, I'm not going to be posting any more scheduled release dates until the product is completed. In general, circumstances have not been very cooperative this fall, especially with our internal systems. We've had to cope with a server hard drive crash (again), having to put in a new replacement server, a router failure, a power supply failure on our order processing server, and had to re-work our entire build systems for the Delphi XE2 releases. All of this has killed at least a month and a half of work that was supposed to be used finishing up Elevate Web Builder and moving on from there.
Please check in here periodically to see any updates on the product release, and thank you for your patience.
Elevate Web Builder Pre-Orders (Updated)Posted by Tim Young on Thu, Dec 8 2011
We are now taking pre-orders for Elevate Web Builder. Pre-ordering Elevate Web Builder will allow you to try out the product before the actual release date (see below). We are making this available primarily for those developers that know that they want to purchase Elevate Web Builder and are comfortable playing around with the product without documentation.
Pre-Order GuidelinesPlease do not pre-order Elevate Web Builder if:
You are unsure if the product is right for you, or
You are unfamiliar with web development and will need the documentation/support in order to get up to speed with the product
If either of these descriptions fit your situation, then it will be best that you wait and download a trial version of Elevate Web Builder when the final release is available. The currently scheduled release date is December 15th, and unlike our other release targets, this one looks to be realistically achievable at this point.
We ask that you please respect these guidelines so that we can avoid a large influx of support questions right when we are trying to wrap up the final coding and get the product ready for release.
You can pre-order Elevate Web Builder by using the following link. Please be sure to select the INTRO special offer when adding the product to your cart in order to get the $159 introductory pricing.
Elevate Web Builder (Updated)Posted by Tim Young on Tue, Aug 16 2011
As some of you may have noticed, we have a big banner on the home page of the web site that links to some preliminary information on our upcoming product Elevate Web Builder. I thought that I would take a moment to discuss the producct a little bit, and explain a little of the rationale behind it.