"Productivity is being able to do things that you were never able to do before."
- Franz Kafka, 1883-1924
In the modern era, productivity is also viewed as being able to do things faster/better/cheaper than you could before. This is really one of the mantras of Progress OpenEdge—not to just make it possible to create the world's best business applications, but to make it as easy and productive as possible. In continuing this long-standing theme, the latest release of OpenEdge 11.1 provides a variety of new productivity features.
It should come as no surprise that Progress Developer Studio for OpenEdge, formerly OpenEdge Architect, is the premier development environment for OpenEdge applications. The productivity features of this environment, coupled with the extensibility provided by the Eclipse platform, are well documented in other places. What's new relating to productivity in the OE11.1 release includes:
It is also a main tenant to focus on the run-time performance aspects of OpenEdge for each release. Some of the new capabilities include:
In the spirit of Franz Kafka, take advantage of all of these new performance features to achieve a significant metamorphosis of your productivity!
Rob is a Senior Manager of OpenEdge Product Management. He has been a member of the Product Management team for 12 years, gathering user requirements and organizing product releases to meet those requirements. His primary technology focus is on the ABL language and IDE, Application Server, integration technologies, application security, mobile technology and Business Process Management (BPM).
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