WebClient i+ Developers – WebClient Patch Release 1.6.1 is released. To obtain this release, please login to http://webclientiplus.com and select Developer Content and Software Downloads. This release contains bug fixes only, and a new, simpler upgrade guide and mechanism Important Note: It is our policy to publish product updates as soon as they become available. However,
The November 2010 WebClient newsletter is available at this link. Highlights of this edition include: CM First Technologies now providing sales, services, and support for WebClient i+ Roadmap for WebClient 2011 published Includes MDI and mobile smartphone support CA Events planned January webcast, cloud and mobile applications Free training on mobile and cloud development at
WebClient i+ was recently on display at user meetings in Sweden and Italy, with demos of some upcoming new features like MDI (multiple document interface) support, new Ajax components like slider/progress bar, and Amazon Elastic Cloud (EC2) support.
At application runtime, your WebClient application operates under the control of the WebClient i+ Server, also known as the WebClient i+ Runtime Framework. The WebClient i+ Runtime Framework is implemented as an extension of a standard J2EE Servlet, and provides all the services necessary to deploy your WebClient application as secure, high performance web applications.
WebClient will be on display at these upcoming regional CA Technologies events. Join us there to see the latest version of WebClient, as well as learning about other new CA Plex and CA 2E technologies. You can click on the links below to learn more and register for Chicago and Cincinnati. For the European events, please contact your
Please help us plan the next release of WebClient i+ for CA Plex. You can do this by responding the release planning survey at this link. All responses will be considered, but customers will be given priority. If you are a customer, please include your contact information at the end of the survey.
The latest version of WebClient contains some licensing changes. Please refer to the information below for more information.
With the WebClient i+ 2010 release, the developer information blog is now automatically translated into several different languages. Please visit the blog, and click on the widget in the upper right corner to translate on the fly. http://www.adcaustintech.com/webclient/blog/
August 2010 newsletter published