Release 24 Now Available

GraffitiSuite Release 24 is now available for both Web and Desktop! While Release 23 focused on adding new classes to our line-up, we primarily tackled issues with this release, fixing many bugs that hadn’t made the cut in the last release. We’ve also completely rebuilt GraffitiHTMLEditor for Desktop, and added a LOT of functionality that all customers have been asking for.

To view the Change Logs for Release 24, click here.

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.

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

Web Rewrite in the Works

After many fixes aimed at increasing the stability of our Web Edition controls over the past year, and the resulting recurring issues, we are going to be making major changes to the Web Edition classes. At a future date, we will be releasing a near rewrite of all Web Edition classes using the latest WebSDK. This version should be fully backwards compatible with your projects (not necessarily with previous versions of Xojo).

As of now, only one customer has continued to experience issues with the current release, and we will release a quick patch before the next release if it becomes necessary. If you do experience continuing problems with the latest release, please report them in the bug tracker so that we may ensure that they are addressed.

Thank you for choosing GraffitiSuite.

GraffitiSuite Release 18 Now Available

Johnson City, TN (November 6, 2014) CyphersTECH Consulting announces the biggest GraffitiSuite release ever.

According to Anthony G. Cyphers, owner at CyphersTECH Consulting: “We’re definitely excited. Not only is this the biggest release of GraffitiSuite in our more than ten year history, it may also represent the pinnacle of what we’ve been trying to accomplish from the start: a stable, beautiful set of classes that developers will enjoy using. We’re very proud of the work we’ve put in to this release and the associated web site changes that coincide with it.”

Many of the Web Edition products have been rewritten or been changed rudimentarily, also having five new line-up additions. Desktop classes now have full Retina support, and one product.

For a full overview of the changes in this release, please view the change log at http://www.graffitisuite.com/docs/october-2014-release-18/

GraffitiSuite consists of many great classes for Desktop and Web development. All subscription customers have access to the GraffitiSuite bug tracker.

For more information about GraffitiSuite, visit http://www.GraffitiSuite.com/
To subscribe to GraffitiSuite.com and get access to these amazing products, visit http://www.graffitisuite.com/pricing

ABOUT CYPHERSTECH
CyphersTECH Consulting is a software and web development consulting firm based in Johnson City, TN. CyphersTECH offers custom local application development, web application development, custom Xojo development, and JavaScript development.
See http://www.CyphersTECH.com/ for more information.

Release 17: Two New Classes, Lots of Bug Fixes

We’ve now pushed out GraffitiSuite Release 17, which focuses on increasing stability and offerings for our Web Edition lineup. We’ve fixed all of the bugs that were reported before our cutoff (a little over a week ago), and this promises to be the best GraffitiSuite Web Edition release yet.

For a full list of changes in this release, check out the ChangeLog.

Release 16: Desktop/Web Fixes & New Classes

This release has been a long time in the making. We’ve worked out the major issues with our initial release of GraffitiSuite Web Edition, and even made some additions to assist in web app development. For desktop, we’ve fixed a few bugs that were introduced a little while back.

[FIX] DESKTOP: KillerToolBar now once again clears button hover states when mouse exits the control.
[FIX] DESKTOP: KillerToolBar buttons no longer have captions cut off when in "Labels Only" state.
[FIX] DESKTOP: KillerToolBar is now redrawn properly when customizing button order.
[FIX] DESKTOP: GraffitiAccordion control refresh slightly optimized in an attempt to reduce flicker when refreshing those controls on Windows.
[NEW] WEB: Added GraffitiWebFavIcon
[NEW] WEB: Added GraffitiWebSignature
[NEW] WEB: GraffitiWebAccordionNavItem now has a Tag as Variant property (Report ID: 1873).
[NEW] WEB: GraffitiWebAccordionNav now has a RemoveAll method (Report ID: 1875).
[NEW] WEB: GraffitiWebAccordionNav now has a AddChildToItem method (Report ID: 1874).
[NEW] WEB: GraffitiWebToggle now implements a Visible property (Report ID: 1877).
[FIX] WEB: GraffitiWebAccordionNav's Remove() method now properly updates the view.
[FIX] WEB: GraffitiWebEditor no longer fails with JS error "$ is not defined" due to setting Text property before class is shown.
[FIX] WEB: GraffitiWebEditor no longer throws OutOfBoundsException when Break On Exceptions is enabled and the field's text is empty.
[FIX] WEB: GraffitiWebEditor no longer supports resize.  This is a temporary adjustment until a more intuitive system can be established.
[FIX] WEB: GraffitiWebAlert no longer throws assertions when attempting to Alert on Page.Shown, instead, this call is ignored.  All calls should be made after the GraffitiWebAlert class is instantiated, not the page.
[FIX] WEB: GraffitiWebAccordion no longer improperly references GraffitiWebAccordionNavItem in the Item_Find and Item_Remove methods.
[FIX] WEB: GraffitiWebPopupMenu should now resize properly.
[FIX] WEB: GraffitiWebEditor should now resize properly.
[FIX] WEB: GraffitiWebEditor should no longer scroll off or change size inappropriately.
[FIX] WEB: GraffitiWebEditor no longer loses data assigned to the Text property in the IDE.
[FIX] WEB: All classes now load dependency scripts from files stored on the server [REQUIRES BUILD STEP].
[CHANGE] WEB: GraffitiWebPopupMenu's Items() array and UpdateOptions() method are now exposed to allow more manual control.