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Future versions of WebVelocity

Thomas, Arden
Dear WebVelocity group members;

We have some exciting plans for future versions of WebVelocity.

Our next release will make it easy to run WebVelocity in the cloud and utilize Amazon web services such as EC2 and RDS.

WebVelocity makes it possible to cooperatively work and develop with remote developers and even end users.

Version 1.1 will improve some aspects of this, but we want to improve cooperative tools in future versions.

How could you envision using, in cooperative fashion, WebVelocity, and what kind of cooperative tools might you like?

Also, what improvements in general would you like to see in the future?

Thanks for your input!

Regards

Arden Thomas

Arden Thomas
Cincom Smalltalk Product Manager
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Cincom Smalltalk - It makes hard things easier, the impossible, possible

"Simplicity is the Ultimate Sophistication" - Leonardo Da Vinci

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Re: Future versions of WebVelocity

Saris Hein
Hi Arden,

That is great news. Is there some beta program for the new release? When can we expect something?

Kind regards,

Hein

On 21-apr-2010, at 17:00, Arden Thomas wrote:

Dear WebVelocity group members;

We have some exciting plans for future versions of WebVelocity.

Our next release will make it easy to run WebVelocity in the cloud and utilize Amazon web services such as EC2 and RDS.

WebVelocity makes it possible to cooperatively work and develop with remote developers and even end users.

Version 1.1 will improve some aspects of this, but we want to improve cooperative tools in future versions.

How could you envision using, in cooperative fashion, WebVelocity, and what kind of cooperative tools might you like?

Also, what improvements in general would you like to see in the future?

Thanks for your input!

Regards

Arden Thomas

Arden Thomas
Cincom Smalltalk Product Manager
845 296 0686

Cincom Smalltalk - It makes hard things easier, the impossible, possible

"Simplicity is the Ultimate Sophistication" - Leonardo Da Vinci


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Hi Hein;

We are coming up on an internal alpha, stay tuned for a beta.

Regards

Arden Thomas


On Apr 21, 2010, at 11:27 AM, Saris Hein wrote:

Hi Arden,

That is great news. Is there some beta program for the new release? When can we expect something?

Kind regards,

Hein

On 21-apr-2010, at 17:00, Arden Thomas wrote:

Dear WebVelocity group members;

We have some exciting plans for future versions of WebVelocity.

Our next release will make it easy to run WebVelocity in the cloud and utilize Amazon web services such as EC2 and RDS.

WebVelocity makes it possible to cooperatively work and develop with remote developers and even end users.

Version 1.1 will improve some aspects of this, but we want to improve cooperative tools in future versions.

How could you envision using, in cooperative fashion, WebVelocity, and what kind of cooperative tools might you like?

Also, what improvements in general would you like to see in the future?

Thanks for your input!

Regards

Arden Thomas

Arden Thomas
Cincom Smalltalk Product Manager
845 296 0686

Cincom Smalltalk - It makes hard things easier, the impossible, possible

"Simplicity is the Ultimate Sophistication" - Leonardo Da Vinci


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