DXperience v2009 vol 1 Beta is Now Available

Thinking Out Loud
13 March 2009

Earlier today, we announced the availability of DXperience v2009 vol 1 (RC). To learn more about this release including new features/capabilities please visit:

http://www.devexpress.com/Products/NET/DXperience/WhatsNew2009v1/ 

We've also published a comphrensive what's new list - you can read that here:

http://www.devexpress.com/Support/WhatsNew/DXperience/files/9.1.0.xml

As always, we welcome your feedback, thoughts, and suggestions. Write to us at support@devexpress.com or submit your case via our Support Center.

9 comment(s)
Anonymous
Saif Khan

Excellent accomplishment guys! I was awaiting some of those fixes.

14 March, 2009
Anonymous
Adrian

So.......where can we download it from :)

15 March, 2009
Anuraag Sanwal
Anuraag Sanwal

can i use this for distribution till april 1st? as i want to deploy some features immediately in my app. i understand it may have bugs as it is in beta .. but am willing to take it on

16 March, 2009
Hedi Guizani
Hedi Guizani

honestly this should be a fix release not a new vol

please read what it is called here : Breaking Changes

this is a preview:

""By default, now pressing the PAGE DOWN key focuses the bottom visible record""

isn't the way it is supose to be?

I think we should wait for the next one

Despite that devx is still the best

16 March, 2009
T Schoute
T Schoute

Still no Gantt view for the WinForms Scheduler component?!?!  Will this ever be delivered or was your 2008 roadmap just for fun?

16 March, 2009
Ray Navasarkian (DevExpress)
Ray Navasarkian (DevExpress)

If you have a valid license Anuraag, you can...just remember you'll have to update the controls within your product by April 1, otherwise, your customers will be unhappy.

17 March, 2009
Ray Navasarkian (DevExpress)
Ray Navasarkian (DevExpress)

Hedi - Unfortunately whether one believes a feature should behave a certain way is not really the issue. Addressing needs takes time and as such, our focus on v2009 vol 1 was not to only to release new features but solve problems encountered by customers....both of these take man-hours and there are only so many man-hours in a build cycle. Thanks for the kind words about DevExpress.

17 March, 2009
Ray Navasarkian (DevExpress)
Ray Navasarkian (DevExpress)

T Schoute - Roadmaps are never fun...they've become a marketing gimick and something we've had to "adopt" because "others" do it. A Gantt Chart is obviously something we'd like to implement and we did have intention of implementing it. We failed to achieve our goals and at this point, we have not rescheduled it within our dev timelines.

17 March, 2009
Richard Mulchrone
Richard Mulchrone

So when is the final release scheduled, there are break fix changes in there, that I need now

25 March, 2009

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