GraffitiSuite R23, Tim Parnell’s HTML Edit Acquired

JOHNSON CITY, TN (April 11, 2017) GraffitiSuite announced the acquisition of HTML Edit by Tim Parnell, and more.

“We have reached an agreement with Tim Parnell to take over development of of his HTML Edit classes for Web and Desktop” said Anthony G. Cyphers, Sole Proprietor of CyphersTECH Consulting. “As of Release 23, which is also going out to customers today, HTML Edit 2.0 is now included in GraffitiSuite as GraffitiHTMLEditor and GraffitiWebHTMLEditor. We’ve also added a bunch of new classes, fixed a plethora of bugs, made serving up scripts for GraffitiSuite faster, and moved our documentation to a Wiki format. We’re confident that these efforts will help our customers in more ways than we can possibly imagine.”

When asked about the acquisition, Tim Parnell had the following to say: “I’m happy that HTML Edit will be able to live on and receive the attention it deserves.”

To access the new documentation, please visit http://graffitisuite.com/wiki/

For a full overview of the changes in Release 23, the Change Log is available at https://graffitisuite.com/wiki/doku.php?id=changelogs:r23

For more information about GraffitiSuite, see https://graffitisuite.com/

ABOUT CYPHERSTECH

CyphersTECH Consulting is a software and web development consulting firm based in Johnson City, TN. CyphersTECH offers custom local application development, Web Edition development, and a variety of design services.

See http://www.cypherstech.com/ for more information.

Release 23 Now Available

GraffitiSuite Release 23 has finally landed! With 13 new classes and a massive amount of bug fixes and feature requests, we have once again topped our record for largest release! Check out the full ChangeLogs here.

We’ve also revamped out documentation in to a Wiki format, where our customers can now pitch in to help clarify class usage, or fix inconsistencies! You can try out the wiki here.

Release 23 RC 7 Now Available

After a great deal of work whittling down the support tickets which accrued over my far-too-long absence, Release 23 Release Candidate 7 is now available on users’ Account page. Note that this is a Web Edition-only RC.

Coming Soon for Desktop

So Anthony has been working really hard on a new class for Desktop, and it’s looking awesome! He’s looking back over years of customer emails, support tickets, and forums posts to try and create exactly what everyone wants…a GREAT grid control for desktop. Don’t believe me? Check this out…

graffitigrid

Now, it’s not quite ready for release yet, but some more testers would be nice. If you have a current subscription to GraffitiSuite Desktop, just use the contact form on the GraffitiSuite home page to get involved! Break the class, suggest features, help Anthony make a truly awesome Xojo Desktop Grid.

[UPDATE]
Even more new features to make it the best yet…

graffitigrid

[UPDATE 2]
GraffitiGrid now draws a fully populated list at full-screen in 0.002000000000000000050836482 seconds!

Release 22 Now Available

With enhancements and bug fixes for GraffitiWebTree, Release 22 is now available. View the full changelog HERE.

Now With Offline Documentation!

Travel a lot? Use your mobile device probably a bit more than you should? Now you can grab the offline documentation in PDF format! Head on over to our Offline Documentation page HERE

Release 21 Now Available

JOHNSON CITY, TN (April 11, 2016) GraffitiSuite hits Release 21, and expands its Web Edition offerings.
“This release has been a long time coming,” according to Anthony G. Cyphers, Sole Proprietor of CyphersTECH Consulting. “So much work has been put in to this release, and I’m very proud to have finally been able to push it out to our customers. The new classes are great additions to both our offerings and the toolset for all Xojo developers, while the codebase has been largely rewritten to improve stability and future enhancement. There’s never been a better time to subscribe to GraffitiSuite Web Edition! Further, we’ve redone the web site and made it both more modern and more user-friendly.”

For a full overview of the changes in this release, please view the ChangeLog at http://graffitisuite.com/knowledgebase/april-2016-release-21/

GraffitiSuite is an ever-expanding set of classes for Xojo Desktop Edition and Xojo Web Edition.
For more information about GraffitiSuite, visit http://www.graffitisuite.com/
To subscribe to GraffitiSuite.com and get access to these amazing products, visit http://graffitisuite.com/register/

ABOUT CYPHERSTECH
CyphersTECH Consulting is a software and web development consulting firm based in Johnson City, TN. CyphersTECH offers custom local application development, Web Edition development, and a variety of design services.

See http://www.cypherstech.com/ for more information.

What’s Next…

(Release 21 is a Web Edition only release, as there were no reported bugs or requested features for Desktop Edition since Release 20.)

Is that really what you want to know? Well, for release 21 we will not only be pushing out our stability rewrite…but…three all-new classes that are going to push your Web Apps even further! Oh, and we’ve deprecated the old DatePicker in favor of a new implementation that’s completely awesome. That brings this release to nine additions, and one fix.

The new classes are lacking some features that many of our other classes are missing, and we’ll be adding that as requested. As an example, WebStyle support. Many people seem to be perfectly happy using the styles we provide, so adding WebStyle support isn’t usually a priority (especially when you have full access to the CSS in the class’s source code); we take care of that when you need it. Our turn-around is generally quick on things like that, but some classes will require a considerable amount of work for WebStyle support. In some cases we have to completely refactor a component to get that support in.

Release 21 is very near now. We’re looking at a few other prototypes to see if they’re ready for this release, then we’ll do final testing and push it out.

Thanks for choosing GraffitiSuite!

More About the WE Rewrite

The rewrite is complete. The finishing touches were just put on earlier today, and we’re ready to move forward with our other goals for this release. If you’d like to know more about the causes and fixes present in the rewrite, read on.
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New Support Guarantee!

Now, with GraffitiSuite, if you* submit a bug or support request and don’t receive a response within 48-hours, you’ll receive six-months of free updates!**  This is all part of our plan to increase interaction and provide better support for all of our customers!

* “you” refers to a currently subscribed customer with an account that has been paid in full for a time-frame which includes both the request and response.  LIMITATIONS:
1. Users may not send an email, then subscribe before the 48-hour period ends to claim an additional six months upon failure to respond.
2. Users may not send a request for assistance before their subscription expires, with the 48-hour period encompassing or ending upon the user’s end-of-subscription date, and receive six-months free upon failure to respond.

** Void where prohibited