Data Abstract 8 released

Released: Jul 4, 2014

Updates in this release

Updates in 8

  • Relativity in the Cloud - Relativity Server now knows about the services provided by AWS that it needs to interact with, all without you writing manual code or setup scripts. Get an infinitely scalable middle tier up and running, with just a few clicks and without a single line of code.
  • Strongly Typed DataTables in Cocoa - With just a couple clicks in Schema Modeler for Mac or in the Visual Studio IDE, you have protocol/interface stubs for your tables in the language of your choice, be it Objective-C, Oxygene, RemObjects C# or Swift, that let you work with your data much more naturally. row[@“CustomerName”] simply becomes row.customerName.
  • Relativity Web Admin - To make administration of Relativity Server even easier, RemObjects have added a brand new Web Admin interface that lets you administer your servers right from your browser, without the need for the Admin Tool or Server Explorer for Mac.
  • All New "PCTrade 2.0" Suite of Sample Apps - Data Abstract 8 includes a brand-new sample database and brand-new suite sample applications that go with it. PCTrade version 2 has been redesigned from the ground up to make it easier to get you started with Data Abstract and try out its features.
  • PCL Support for .NET - Data Abstract 8 comes with full support for building Portable Class Libraries (PCLs) that allow you to build one set of code, in one assembly, and reuse that on all versions of the .NET runtime, from the desktop to Silverlight, Windows Phone and WinRT to cross-platform Xamarin apps.
  • Cleanup and Freshen-up - The new editions are leaner, meaner, and ready to move forward for the next ten years of innovation RemObjects have planned.