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Tuesday, May 12, 2020
We are happy to report that all active TMS ALL-ACCESS users will find the TMS WEB Core v1.4 beta on their user account now after login on our website.
Move over to our website and download the beta. Make sure to uninstall the current release v188.8.131.52 via the Windows Controls Panel and proceed installing this exciting new version. As beta tester, you can be ahead of the curve and already start exploring all new features and improvements in this new version.
TMS WEB Core v1.4 represents multiple months of hard work from our team, some parts have been over 6 months in development.
Here is a summary of what you can discover in the TMS WEB Core v1.4 beta:
- New TWebImageSlider UI control to make presenting catalogs with pictures fast and easy
- New TWebContinuousScroll UI control to bring fast loading and load-as-you-scroll lists
- New TWebElementActionList to facilitate binding Pascal code to HTML template elements
- New TWebRadServerClientDataset offering a codeless interface to data from Embarcadero RAD server
- New TWebDreamFactoryClientDataSet making consuming data via DreamFactory REST APIs a breeze
- New TWebFaunaDBClientDataSet letting you bind cloud data in web client applications code-less
- New Electron 8 support allowing you to take advantage of the newest stable Electron framework for building cross platform desktop applications
- New demos for TWebListControl, TWebElementActionList
- New Latest stable release pas2js 1.4.24 compiler support added
- New TBitmap load from URL, file, cache with anonymous method added
- New TWebHttpRequest anonymous methods for handling asynchronous requests in a different way
The documentation was expanded and totals over 420 pages now. The number of included demos is now just under 100 (not counting the Lazarus converted demos also included).
Take note that we were also forced to do a couple of small breaking changes that should not take much more than a couple of minutes to adapt for. The breaking changes were mostly due to the simultaneous work on the version for Visual Studio Code. In the documentation folder you will find the release notes document that explains the changes.
We are of course eager to learn how your experience with the beta will go, what works well and what might perhaps need some more attention before the final release. Our team is here and listening to all your feedback!
Do you have already one or more TMS product licenses and are interested to get on board for TMS ALL-ACCESS, our no-nonsense formula for access to our full current and future toolset, priority support and access to betas, contact our sales: firstname.lastname@example.org for a best possible upgrade offer.
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