Flux V

Flux V gets a redesign. http://www.theescapers.com/flux/index.html

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Completely rebuilt as 64bit - that would never work for the large number of
FWY users still using FWP 4 and OS9. We still own that market.

The screencast is interesting - kinda familiar, with the ability to mix
code generation and code editing? Certainly worth a look.


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On Fri, Jul 25, 2014 at 10:28 AM, Todd email@hidden wrote:

Flux V gets a redesign. http://www.theescapers.com/flux/index.html

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I had a quick play with vV this morning and the UI, while similar to previous versions, does look better. I plan to take it out for a proper testing. It does seem to offer quite a bit in terms of usable features/tools.

Todd

Completely rebuilt as 64bit - that would never work for the large number of
FWY users still using FWP 4 and OS9. We still own that market.

The screencast is interesting - kinda familiar, with the ability to mix
code generation and code editing? Certainly worth a look.


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I just noticed a feature named Rollback. Apparently you can define how many backups you want to track and it allows you to pick the version you want. I guess it’s their spin on version control. A better undo. Pretty nice idea if it works.

Todd

The screencast is interesting - kinda familiar, with the ability to mix
code generation and code editing? Certainly worth a look.


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