This year’s last letter from FrontIoT which starts with a Christmas rumor. It is said that there is a DataFlex 2023 alpha 1 on the way. Here in the office, we are looking forward to it. Keep an eye on the Data Access newsletter Flexlinks. If you are not registered, it can be done on Data Access’ website.
Microsoft Windows 11 and Windows Server 2022 are now supported by DataFlex 2022. Read more here.
DataFlex About & Sysinfo Library. Get an overview of all system information about your DataFlex Windows project. Read more here (for version 2021 and 2022).
Drag & drop treeview library now available for DataFlex 2021 and 2022 – read more here.
Remember to keep an eye on the new video courses at DataFlex Learning center.
Last released: how to use web technology in its Windows applications. WebView2 in DataFlex.
Some news from the other Channel Partners.
Mike Peat has spent some time diving into the GraphQL world, he will see how it can be used with DataFlex. On the following link to Unicorn’s website, he has documented what he got out of this dive. Mike’s initial work here will help you further if you are considering using GraphQL in the future.
Remember that we will hold SCANDUC on 16 and 17 March in Copenhagen and classes on 15 March. More about the conference will follow in the next newsletter – where it will also be possible to sign up.
We would like to conclude by wishing our customers and partners a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
From all of us in FrontIoT
Mikkel, Therese, Johan, Klaus, Charlotte