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|EWB 2.0 Status Update|
|Sat, May 10 2014 6:02 PM||Permanent Link|
Is there any summary anywhere on what is in 2.0?
|Mon, May 12 2014 11:10 AM||Permanent Link|
waiting for youtube video
|Fri, Jun 6 2014 7:50 AM||Permanent Link|
Any news on Ver 2? Wanting to upgrade.
|Fri, Jun 6 2014 8:35 AM||Permanent Link|
> Hi All
> Any news on Ver 2? Wanting to upgrade.
No, Tim can't release it just yet - I'm about to be feature complete on
my new web shop and it would ruin my schedule. The shop itself was done
a while back, but you wouldn't believe how much you need on the admin
side. Account listings, order listings, product details, and actions to
be completed. Filtering on most of those, and of course it isn't my
full time job. But it has been good and reliable with the 1.03 EWB, and
I don't need 2.0 to come and break it. 8-)
(Just kidding on the not yet part of course, to be clear...)
|Fri, Jun 6 2014 9:22 AM||Permanent Link|
> I should have a YouTube
> video showing off some new stuff available soon. I'm pretty sure that
> you will be impressed with what you can do compared to EWB 1.x,
> especially when you see the Visual Control Designer.
2 months ago...
|Sun, Jun 8 2014 3:52 PM||Permanent Link|
I have been waiting to purchase from EWD 2.0 to begin development on some projects as I do not want to start in 1.03 and then start over in 2.0 if that is the case.
I am sure there are others eagerly awaiting EWB 2.0.
At least an EWB 2.0 BETA to get us going would be great.
|Mon, Jun 9 2014 3:53 AM||Permanent Link|
> I have been waiting to purchase from EWD 2.0 to begin development on
> some projects as I do not want to start in 1.03 and then start over
> in 2.0 if that is the case.
My understanding is that the main changes are in the framework's CSS
flexibility. You'll lose nothing by starting now, or perhaps gain
because you'll have a project ready to upgrade and ship. Personally,
I've not found any hindrence from what is available now - it is already
|Thu, Jul 10 2014 1:58 AM||Permanent Link|
<< Just a quick note to let everyone know that I'm still furiously working on
EWB 2.0, and things are coming along well. I should have a YouTube video
showing off some new stuff available soon. I'm pretty sure that you will be
impressed with what you can do compared to EWB 1.x, especially when you see
the Visual Control Designer. >>
Any updates? It's been almost 3 months since the last one. Just sayin'.
|Thu, Jul 10 2014 3:46 AM||Permanent Link|
Steve Gill wrote:
> Any updates? It's been almost 3 months since the last one. Just
I suspect Tim is still busy ("no kiddin'!").
I don't want to give away his secrets to competitors, but in a message
to me he said:
"It's coming along. ... so that's eaten up a few
weeks (I just finished it). ... It *will* be worth the wait,
though - it's going to be a *lot* nicer than 1.x.
The bit I snipped is probably very good news for us, but I can also see
it will be hard work...
|Thu, Jul 10 2014 9:05 PM||Permanent Link|
On 10/07/14 17:46, Matthew Jones wrote:
> I don't want to give away his secrets to competitors, but in a message
> to me he said:
> "It's coming along. ... so that's eaten up a few
> weeks (I just finished it). ... It *will* be worth the wait,
> though - it's going to be a *lot* nicer than 1.x.
> The bit I snipped is probably very good news for us, but I can also see
> it will be hard work...
Is this mostly referring to the IDE or does it include major changes to
the runtime? I like the idea of a more functional IDE but am hoping for
a more flexible RTL.
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