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|Elevate Web Builder 2 Now Available|
|Mon, Jun 22 2015 2:52 PM||Permanent Link|
Tim Young [Elevate Software]
Elevate Software, Inc.
We are very pleased to announce that Elevate Web Builder version 2 is now
available for purchase and download.
Some of the new features in Elevate Web Builder 2 include:
- A brand new UI layer that supports both design-time and run-time UI
element manipulation using the same codebase
- Control interface functionality that allows for re-skinning controls
- The ability to create and install components into the IDE
- The ability to create new form classes and use them as the basis for
forms in your application
- New layout management functionality
- New graphics capabilities, including alpha transparency, gradients,
rounded corners, shadows, and opacity
- Several new controls/components, including a tabbed page panel, header
panel, group panel, icon, animated icon, progress bar, and toolbar
- Complete touch support
- Support for run-time type information in the compiler, which allows for
loading/saving objects to/from JSON with one call
- Support for loading and running back-end Elevate Web Builder Web Server
modules in the IDE
For more information about Elevate Web Builder 2, please visit the following
Pricing for Elevate Web Builder 2 is as follows:
- The price for a new Elevate Web Builder 2 license is $359.00
- If you have renewed your Elevate Web Builder subscription or purchased
a new license within 6 months of the Elevate Web Builder 2 release, your
upgrade price is $159.00
- If you currently own Elevate Web Builder and have not renewed your
subscription within 6 months of the Elevate Web Builder 2 release, the price
to upgrade to Elevate Web Builder 2 is $259.00
Please use the following link to order Elevate Web Builder:
Elevate Web Builder 2 Preview Customers
We would like to thank everyone that ordered the Elevate Web Builder 2
Preview for their invaluable feedback and incident reports.
If you ordered the Elevate Web Builder 2 Preview, your order date was
adjusted to June 22, 2015 and your subscription for Elevate Web Builder 2
that is included with the purchase will not expire until June 22, 2016.
After this release, we are planning on spending a few weeks addressing any
issues that may arise, and will be working on some smaller features that
didn't make it into the final release. Any fixes and minor improvements
will be released in new builds as they are completed.
ElevateDB PHP Extension Special Offer
Special promotional pricing is also available for the ElevateDB PHP
Extension for customers that wish to use ElevateDB with PHP in their web
server applications with Elevate Web Builder. Just be sure to select the
EWB-EDBPHP special offer code when adding the ElevateDB PHP Extension
product to your cart to receive a 50% discount off the normal price of the
product. Please use the following link to order the ElevateDB PHP
|Mon, Jun 22 2015 3:41 PM||Permanent Link|
Thank you very much,
couldn't believe it, now its really out!
I think it's very fair how you handle the Elevate Web Builder 2 Preview Customers.
Just one problem that is certainly not only mine:
EWB2 final version installs in the place where EWB1 was installed and removes EWB1.
But we have some projects that are not yet converted to EWB2 and cannot open them with EWB2. Sometimes we have to work on them and it is helpful for transfering them to EWB2 to have them opened in EWB1.
What I did is to copy the whole EBW1 folder to another folder (named EBW1) before the files in that folder were deleted by the EWB2 setup. Now I can start EWB1 from this copied folder. Can this cause any problems ?
|Mon, Jun 22 2015 6:08 PM||Permanent Link|
Looks Great Tim! I look forward to evaluating it
|Mon, Jun 22 2015 7:11 PM||Permanent Link|
My main OS is Kubuntu and the test system for EWB2 is a VirtualBox Windows XP guest. It seems IE8 is the highest version available for XP so I wanted to use an other browser but the local EWB server does not find the address. ("localhost/transactions.html"). The strange thing is that there is no output directory where according to the compiler messages in the IDE should be.
|Mon, Jun 22 2015 8:05 PM||Permanent Link|
<< It seems IE8 is the highest version available for XP so I wanted to use an other browser but the local EWB >>
** Elevate Web Builder 2 requires Internet Explorer 9 or higher for proper operation of the embedded web browser in the IDE.
This is a basic requirement for EWB2, IE 9 or higher as it requires certain browser features not available in the lower versions, including IE8.
Check the settings of your localhost. Do you run WAMP or some other web server on port 80? Check and see what port the EWB Web Server is running on and if it is in fact started and running.
|Tue, Jun 23 2015 1:06 AM||Permanent Link|
I understand the requirements for EWB2. The local webserver is running, it a respondes with a "resource ... not found" message. The main point of my post was the lack of output with the trial version in my case. Maybe it has to do with my system setup or it can be a more general problem.
Thanks for your input.
|Tue, Jun 23 2015 1:08 AM||Permanent Link|
I understand the requirements for EWB2. The local webserver is running, it a respondes with a "resource ... not found" message. The main point of my post was the lack of output with the trial version in my case. Maybe it has something to do with my system setup or it can be a more general problem.
Thanks for your input.
|Tue, Jun 23 2015 3:56 AM||Permanent Link|
As I understand,
while EWB1 Trial had very few limitations, now EWB2 Trial download says:
You can only run applications in the IDE and the compiler does not emit any application files on disk.
I tried the full version of EWB2 on XP in a virtual machine. I can work with it, but the output is not compatible with IE6 and therefore not with the internal Web Browser. I get a blank sreen after starting my program and a runtime error 216 after closing the IDE. But I can test the output with Firefox.
So I would say that EWB2 trial is not really compatible with Windows XP. You can only test how to create an application but you have no chance to run it.
You can use EWB1 trial with XP or use the full version of EWB2 with the limitation that the internal Browser won't show anything.
|Tue, Jun 23 2015 4:04 AM||Permanent Link|
Tim Young [Elevate Software] wrote:
> We are very pleased to announce that Elevate Web Builder version 2 is
> now available for purchase and download.
Congratulations - looking forward to the time to revamp my application
and make full advantage from the new facilities. The preview has shown
it has a lot of new power.
|Tue, Jun 23 2015 4:05 AM||Permanent Link|
> the test system for EWB2 is a VirtualBox Windows XP guest.
May I suggest now is a good time to start a new VM with a modern OS?
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