In this article we would like to share with you our development roadmap for the coming months.
We are now reaching the final stage of the development of the runtime for VO & Vulcan and we are looking at new things that you an expect the coming year.
In the coming weeks we will release the first Release Candidate for the XSharp runtime. After that we expect to need a few weeks to finish the final remaining issues.
The schedule show you what we have planned to do after that.
The schedule below of course is an indication and as always: no guarantees.
|XSharp 2.0 Release |
- RDD System
- VO Class libraries
|ReportPro 2 & 3 for XSharp 2.0||April 2019||May 2019|
|Xbase++ runtime functions||July 2019|
|(Visual) FoxPro dialect, including runtime functions |
and support for VFP DBC and VFP datatypes in the DBF format
and a VFP - X# +Visual Studio converter
|April 2019||August 2019|
|VO GUI and SQL Classes with Unicode and AnyCPU support (on top of Windows Forms and Ado.Net)||June 2019||August 2019|
|VFP UI Classes||August 2019||October 2019|
As you can see in the schedule above: we have not planned to do Xbase++ UI classes yet. We need a business case (someone with a business app that uses the Xbase++ UI classes) or someone that can help us to define what exactly is needed to do this.
If you are missing something in this schedule, or if you want to help to implement / add something, please let us know. We welcome your input.