Announcing the new Visual LANSA EPC for v15+
News|by Leanne Bevan|20 September 2022
LANSA has announced the release of EPC150050 for Visual LANSA v15.
This EPC release builds on the feature set of Visual LANSA v15+, which introduced Progressive Web Application support, providing developers with a quick and easy way to create progressive web apps (PWAs) utilising the power of low code.
What’s new in EPC150050?
Major highlights include Windows 11 OS compatibility and new User Interface Updates.
Windows 11 Operating System support
This EPC includes all required updates for LANSA for Windows 11 support in V15.
User Interface updates
LANSA has modernised the Visual LANSA interface with a home screen and welcome screen user interface updates, providing an enhanced getting started experience to LANSA customers. You can also experience a sneak peek at the upcoming look and feel for the upcoming Visual LANSA UI redesign.
Shown: Updated Welcome Screen
Shown: Updated Home Screen
EPC150050 benefits application developers with improved stability in the IDE in the areas of ActiveX, editor usage, and having support for Excel integration and expanded UTF-8 support in the IDE.
This release offers improvements for Base64 data support in web services (API blob support for v15). Developers can now use a new BytesAsObject format to send and receive fields of type BLOB as a JSON object with properties for the file name, mime type, and Base64 encoding of BLOB file contents.
This release also includes support for BitShiftLeft and BitShiftRight intrinsics.
Getting more information and instructions
For more information about all installation instructions optimisations and bug fixes, please check the EPC support page.
EPCs are Expedited Program Changes that contain fixes and enhancements to LANSA products. It is recommended to be at the latest EPC level to ensure that you have all the most recent fixes, features, and enhancements.
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