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Thread Elevate Web Builder Version 1 Now Available
Tue, Aug 21 2012 8:41 PMPermanent Link

Jan Ferguson

Data Software Solutions, Inc.

Team Elevate Team Elevate

Congratulations Tim!  Fantastic product, as always. I kept quiet after
you needed peace to  complete the initial version but I thought you'd
like to know that those issues I had with EWB all went away after my HD
took a dump. I purchased a new one and after imaging it, all those
issues I had were now gone.

Thanks again for continuing to develop great products!
--
Jan Ferguson


Tim Young [Elevate Software] wrote:

> We are very pleased to announce that the much-delayed Elevate Web
> Builder version 1 is now available for purchase and download.
Tue, Aug 21 2012 10:16 PMPermanent Link

MalcolmC

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> Thanks again for continuing to develop great products!

+1

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Malcolm
Townsville, Australia

Wed, Aug 22 2012 2:17 AMPermanent Link

Uli Becker

Tim,

> BTW, did you customize the default theme to do the blue/yellow buttons ?
> Those look great.

Thanks. Yes, I am creating Office like themes in blue, silver and black.
It's not complete yet, just the buttons, edits, panelborder and panelshadow.

When it's complete I'll post it the the themes ng.

Meanwhile I attach the images for the buttons.

Uli




Attachments: Buttons.zip
Wed, Aug 22 2012 5:12 AMPermanent Link

Godfrey

Ultimatesoft

<< Yep.  The biggest requests so far are:

1) ADO/ODBC in the DataSet Manager.
2) Better JSON support/examples for the back-end web server applications
(PHP, MySQL, etc.)
3) Code Insight in the code editor.
4) Custom component creation.
5) More components/graphical options.  >>

Congrats.  List looks good too

Godfrey
Wed, Aug 22 2012 9:15 AMPermanent Link

Robert Devine

Hi Tim

Any chance of a simple voting list on the web site? Might give a good
view of what users find most important. For example, Code Insight for me
is a nice-to-have - it's absence doesn't prevent me from moving forward.
My own list (in no particular order) is:

1. Layout management so I can develop apps like ExtJS (with splitters,
fixed panels etc).
2. Treeview.
3. Tab control.
4. Menu control.
5. Ability to reference external .pas files with IFDEFs.

I'm assuming 2-4 will likely be in your item 5.

Cheers, Bob


On 21/08/2012 23:55, Tim Young [Elevate Software] wrote:
> Steve,
>
> << Thanks Tim, I really appreciate all of your hard work on EWB.  It
> must have been a stressful few months.  It's exciting to finally have
> the finished first release. >>
>
> Thanks, it was a roller coaster, that's for sure. Smile
>
> << Having been spoilt with Code Insight tools in the IDEs of RAD Studio
> and PHPEd, I have to ask, do you have similar tools on the EWB
> enhancement list for implementation some time in the future? >>
>
> Yep.  The biggest requests so far are:
>
> 1) ADO/ODBC in the DataSet Manager.
> 2) Better JSON support/examples for the back-end web server applications
> (PHP, MySQL, etc.)
> 3) Code Insight in the code editor.
> 4) Custom component creation.
> 5) More components/graphical options.
>
> I think if I can get those addressed in the next 6 months, things will
> be looking good.
>
> If you have any other questions, please let me know.
>
> Tim Young
> Elevate Software
> www.elevatesoft.com
Wed, Aug 22 2012 9:16 AMPermanent Link

Robert Devine

Forgot to add item 6 - Canvas support.

Cheers, Bob


On 22/08/2012 14:15, Bob Devine wrote:
> Hi Tim
>
> Any chance of a simple voting list on the web site? Might give a good
> view of what users find most important. For example, Code Insight for me
> is a nice-to-have - it's absence doesn't prevent me from moving forward.
> My own list (in no particular order) is:
>
> 1. Layout management so I can develop apps like ExtJS (with splitters,
> fixed panels etc).
> 2. Treeview.
> 3. Tab control.
> 4. Menu control.
> 5. Ability to reference external .pas files with IFDEFs.
>
> I'm assuming 2-4 will likely be in your item 5.
>
> Cheers, Bob
>
>
Wed, Aug 22 2012 10:04 AMPermanent Link

Peter

Great! Smile

Thanks & Greetings ... Peter
Wed, Aug 22 2012 2:38 PMPermanent Link

Tim Young [Elevate Software]

Elevate Software, Inc.

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Email timyoung@elevatesoft.com

Bob,

<< Any chance of a simple voting list on the web site? Might give a good
view of what users find most important. For example, Code Insight for me is
a nice-to-have - it's absence doesn't prevent me from moving forward. My own
list (in no particular order) is: >>

I'll see about adding a new poll for this.

Thanks,

Tim Young
Elevate Software
www.elevatesoft.com
Wed, Aug 22 2012 2:38 PMPermanent Link

Tim Young [Elevate Software]

Elevate Software, Inc.

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Email timyoung@elevatesoft.com

Jan,

<< Congratulations Tim!  Fantastic product, as always. I kept quiet after
you needed peace to  complete the initial version but I thought you'd like
to know that those issues I had with EWB all went away after my HD took a
dump. I purchased a new one and after imaging it, all those issues I had
were now gone. >>

Fantastic, thanks. Smile

Tim Young
Elevate Software
www.elevatesoft.com
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