As a relatively new software developer, and even newer web developer (my background is in Java programming), I was looking for something easy to use and with lots of documentation and support for my first web application. My first thought was Node.js. I’d heard so many good things about it – powerful, freedom in building apps, and easy to learn. But, I wasn’t sure where to start… I understood the concept of modules and installing them, but how do I use them and put it all together to create a complete web app?
Many companies have real-time applications that run their businesses. Think about embedded software for telecom switches, defense systems, medical devices, coffee machines—the list can go on. Companies have considerable investments in these real-time applications, which often run for several decades and simply can’t be recreated from scratch to meet the evolving technological innovations that companies want. Companies strive to implement strict continuous delivery processes to ensure code integrity and a stable, highly available production deployment of these RSARTE.
Recently we released a new version of RSARTE: 10.2 2018.06. As usual the release is packed with new features, bug fixes and other improvements. Let's have a look at a few of the improvements.
The February Beta drop for Design Room Live is now available. Here are the major highlights:
Model Validation– With this Beta drop you can preview our Model Validation Framework in action. The purpose of Model Validation is to ensure that the model is in good sematic quality.
Many early users of Design Room ONE have commented on the lack of a search capability in the web application. I'm happy to announce that in the recently released version 2018.06 this feature is now available.
You can search for model elements and diagrams by typing their name (or parts of their name) in the new search field that is located in the upper right corner of the web application. Found elements are presented in a new search view.