Progress, a module residence specialising in databases and business focus software, has combined a new Mobile App Builder underline to version 11.2 of a OpenEdge growth platform. Mobile App Builder, that runs in a cloud, should capacitate developers to simply and collaboratively furnish mobile applications regulating OpenEdge. Mobile support will primarily extend to iOS and Android devices, though other handling systems should be accessible in after releases, depending on demand.
Other new facilities in OpenEdge urge user capability and a software’s performance, including when job focus servers, use of SQL offset/fetch statements and support for a sub-second PAUSE underline in ABL (Advanced Business Language) processes. OpenEdge users can also now use Windows 8, Eclipse 3.7 and SQL Server 2012 to run a growth platform.