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Categories: Upgrade
Tags: Architects, CIOs, Developers, 1. Beginner, 2. Intermediate, 3. Advanced, Pre v6.3, v6.3, v6.4 and Later
Revision: 4
Posted: 28/Dec/2009
Updated: 01/Sep/2011
Status: Publish
Types: Reference

Overview

Visual WebGui changelogs started with VWG v6.2.0.

The changelogs are meant to give Visual WebGui users the ability to see the changes made in each version released and in each of the revisions of that version.

Usage

To be able to portray the different aspects of the work that is done, changelogs are made of four sections:

  • Breaking Changes: Issues that caused either changes in current API or current client behavior. These are things you would normally want to know about.
  • New Features and Enhancements: Featurs that were added to extend the framework or specific components.
  • Tasks: Required changes in our framework usually of component internals not as a results of bugs.
  • Bug fixes: Fixing of bugs in our framework and controls.

The changelogs are based on the Visual WebGui issue tracker issues. Each changelog item is made of an issue number and an issue description.

You can copy the issue number and open it up in the issue tracker, for more information on the issue.

Version historyVisual WebGui v6.4

 

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