COSTA MESA, Calif. – June 11, 2009 – NetQuarry, Inc. announces release of v2.2.1 of its NetQuarry Enterprise Application Platform.
The v2.2.1 release includes support for .Net Master Pages. Beta support for Master Pages has been provided by the platform since v2.1.4 and promoted to full production status with this release. The release also includes a new frameless presentation format that takes advantage of the Master Page support. This new consumer-oriented presentation, referred to the Single Frame Master format, provides an alternative to the platform’s existing enterprise-oriented presentation format.
Included in this release is a fix for the Google Chrome 2.0 browser table rendering bug (still present in Google Chrome v184.108.40.206 – the latest Chrome release at this time), which is the subject of this NetQuarry blog – Chrome 2.0 and Browser Compatibility. Due to the serious nature and widespread effects of this Chrome bug we expect a Chrome update fixing this problem to be released soon, but until such a release, use of Chrome 2.0 by NetQuarry-based applications requires platform v2.2.1 or later.
Also in this release, the original platform popup window widgets have been replaced with modernized in-place, div-based, AJAX-driven widgets. The new widgets eliminate popup blocker interference encountered with the older widgets and provide for a more responsive and modern UI.
In addition to this major new functionality, this release includes a number of minor enhancements and bug fixes including:
- Wizard improvements,
- UI improvements,
- API enhancements.
NetQuarry develops and licenses the NetQuarry Enterprise Application Platform. The NetQuarry platform helps professional software development teams develop significantly better enterprise and hosted applications.