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    Exclamation DataFlex 2020 Beta 1 released - get it now!

    With great excitement, we announce the availability of the Beta 1 release of DataFlex 2020! The Beta 1 release is an important milestone that signifies the product is “feature complete” and ready for testing with your applications!


    To get started with DataFlex 2020:


    • Download DataFlex 2020 Beta 1
    • Read the "What’s New" section of the documentation which includes...
      • Step-by-step instructions on everything from initial experimentation through application migration
      • Deep technical detail on using Unicode and 64-bit in DataFlex 2020

    • Share your experience and feedback in the testing forum


    About DataFlex 2020 Beta 1

    DataFlex 2020 allows developers to build 64-bit and 32-bit applications in the Studio and to use and integrate Unicode - the global standard for character data. The Beta 1 release enables developers to learn, migrate, develop and test the new capabilities - get started now!

    For an overview of DataFlex 2020, watch Harm Wibier’s “DataFlex 2020" presentation from EDUC 2020. For the latest feature additions delivered in the Beta 1 release since Alpha 2, see this forum post.

    While considerable investment has been made in the "continuity" for which DataFlex is well known, some changes are required to take advantage of both 64-bit and Unicode. The Beta 1 release, which is “feature complete”, is the ideal version to begin converting existing 32-bit DataFlex applications to 64-bit and adopting Unicode in applications. During Beta, we continue to improve various features (both old and new), address bugs and improve the documentation in preparation for full release.

    Two "Technology Previews” and two Alpha versions of DataFlex 2020 have been released between November and June and a wealth of 64-bit and Unicode knowledge from early adopters is already available in the Data Access forum.

    We look forward to your additional feedback here in the testing forum!

    Best regards,

    Your Development Team
    Last edited by Stephen W. Meeley; 25-Nov-2020 at 08:53 AM.

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