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Valentina Release 9.6.4 Improves Studio, Updates Valentina ADK for LiveCode 64 Bit
Update and fix release improves several developer ADKs, Valentina Server, Studio, iOS client and more.Continue reading Valentina Release 9.6.4 Improves Studio, Updates Valentina ADK for LiveCode 64 Bit
VStudio 5.1.1 and iValentina (iPhone/iPad) 5.1.1 in App Store
[NEW] VStudio + iValentina now sync bookmarks using iCloud
We have made first step to support iCloud technology from Apple.
Now Valentina Studio for MAC OS X (and only one, which is download from MacAppStore) will have iCloud prefs pane, that allows you to specify what to synch in the iCloud. For now this is bookmarks and resent connections to db servers.
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[NEW] iValentina 4.9 gets TAB-panels
We have add to iValentina 4.9 TAB-panels, what allow you easy and immediately switch between different views to the same database or even work with different servers or databases at the same time.
Also you can tap and wait on some schema object to see contextual menu, that give you choice to open that object in a new TAB panel.
[NEW] iValentina gets KeyBoard Extension
Flash-to-iPhone 4 SDK Ban May Have Limited Effect
Starting with a post by John Gruber on Daring Fireball, a building tide of developer anxiety is rippling through the iPhone developer market. This could easily be a sign of greater control by Apple instead of an outright ban against non-Apple compilation. Continue reading Flash-to-iPhone 4 SDK Ban May Have Limited Effect
REALbasic, the iPhone and Valentina DB
There is an interesting conversation taking place over on Bob Keeney’s blog regarding REALbasic and the iPhone.
Paradigma Software has had a Valentina Client for the iPhone for almost a year, and while its seen some use, I often feel that just having it has helped bring new customers to use Valentina DB who have no intention of using Valentina for the iPhone.
A lot of folks commenting know REAL Software – the company – very well. Maybe too well. Supporting the iPhone sounds like a monumental task, and you’ve been waiting a long, long time for Cocoa support and that’s likely come at some cost. You don’t want to go through that with iPhone support.