Another week, another release! 2.2.1 contains a few new cool and highly requested features, namely Template Columns for Worksheets and Reports, and the support for specifying both a Display Member and Value Member in spreadsheet Drop Down columns. 2.2.1 also contains a few very important bug fixes, which is described at the end of this post.
InVision 2.2.0 Released
InVision 2.2.0 is ready for use and contains both new features, enhancements and bug fixes to earlier version. If you plan to upgrade an existing InVision solution, it is important that you upgrade the Profitbase Installation Manager first.
InVision 2.1.1 Released
2.1.1 is a minor release which contains a few, but important new features and bug fixes. It is highly recommended that you upgrade any 2.1 instances to 2.1.1.
InVision 2.1 Released
The main focus for this release has been about adding a more flexible authentication model by supporting OpenID Connect and Azure Active Directory in addition to the existing Windows authentication option. This enables us to support most modern authentication options, such as Google, Facebook, Twitter, Azure AD and custom user name / password solutions.
We have also improved Users + Permission Management to make it faster and easier to work with, and additionally, added many new capabilities and features to the platform to increase developer productivity and end user experience.
Profitbase InVision 2.0.1 released!
Version 2.0.1 contains some new important features to support the upcoming FRS, improvements to existing functionality and bug fixes for 2.0.0. In order to deploy the Finance Reference Solution (FRS), you need 2.0.1 installed.
Profitbase InVision 2.0 Released!
We’re happy to announce the release of Profitbase InVision 2.0! The primary focus for 2.0 has been porting the End User Client from Silverlight to HTML5. We’ve also added many new features to the platform and enhanced existing functionality.
InVision 2.0 Beta 3
With Beta 3, the primary focus has been on adding support for charting using Highcharts. There are still some work left to be done before this feature is 100% complete, but it’s pretty stable and you should be able to create great looking charts.
Guidelines and tooling for the InVision Solution Development Cycle
You’ll probably need to make changes to, or continue developing InVision solutions after they have been published to production. Today, we’ll present a simple best practice pattern or guideline for continued development of InVision solutions, and the new InVision Data Migration Tool (InVision DMT for short) which helps you in this process.
InVision 2.0 Beta 2
InVision 2.0 Beta 2 is ready for download! Because x-mas got in our way, it took more than the promised 2 weeks between Beta 1 and Beta 2, but now it’s here. Our primary focus for Beta 2 has been fixing the bugs in Beta 1, adding support for table reports and a few new features that will make Workbook … Read more
InVision 2.0 Beta 1
We are happy to announce InVision 2.0 Beta 1! With InVision 2.0 Beta 1, we have moved the end user client away from Silverlight and over to HTML5, making it true cross platform. The InVision Designer and Server is primarily unchanged, except for a few changes required for building HTML5 applications instead of Silverlight applications, some additional new features … Read more