QuariX is a framework, based on a mixture of industry standard technologies, specially created to fulfill the need of rapid development and deployment of modern Web 2.0 applications. Applications based on QuariX can be as rich as modern desktop applications without their drawbacks or as thin as regular web based application.
The new version is the culmination of many long hours of work and dedication by the QuariX team to further improve both the end user experience as the development process of the QuariX based applications. The most notable new feature is the integration of an standard open source reporting and charting engine. The new release also marks a name change for the framework, which was previously known as projapi.
Some of the changes reflected in this new release include:
• QuariX-broker, integrating BIRT report engine
• QuariX-broker, various bug fixes and performance improvements
• QuariX-broker, new XMLView template
• QuariX-broker, new properties declaration format for improved compatibility with QuariX studio
• QuariX-richclient, various bug fixes and performance improvements
• QuariX-richclient, prototype updated to ver. 1.5.1
• QuariX-richclient, PJDataBrowse cell metadata & custom display rules support
• QuariX-richclient, better session expire interception & handling
• QuariX-richclient, new component PJAccordion
• QuariX-richclient, new component PJSplitter
• QuariX-richclient, new component Projapi.RequestManager for better AJAX requests handling and management
• QuariX-richclient, integrated profiler
• QuariX-richclient, reflection support
• QuariX-richclient, Filter view able to send direct URL requests
• QuariX-richclient, better dynamic handling and behavior
• QuariX-richclient, improved browsers support
• QuariX-richclient, animated operation feedback
• QuariX-richclient, separated functionality css from presentation css for better theme management
• QuariX-richclient, new global class property in order to better customize widgets
• QuariX-richclient, new openOnInit property for PJDataObject to efficientize linked Data Objects data synchronization
• QuariX-progress, various bug fixes and improvements
• QuariX-progress, session authentication handling
• QuariX-progress, DAO automatic XML data export for QuariX reports
• QuariX-progress, services handler, service load/unload and method access functions
• QuariX-demo, new Reports window using the new PJAccordion & PJSplitter components together with a couple of sample reports.
Typical applications that can benefit from using QuariX framework are those implemented in distributed (even international) organizations, those having large user counts or those that serve mobile workers, partners or even business to business integrations.
Conceived from the start as a web2.0 framework for Progress developers, QuariX will help leverage the knowledge of Progress ABL developers into the exciting world of web2.0 application development.
We invite you to spend a few minutes on our site reading an overview of the QuariX, the features that QuariX has, or to try the online demo available on our web page.