This just to let you know that a couple of days ago we shipped a small interim update to Elements 8.1, which was originally released at the end of last month. This update, versioned 126.96.36.1991, focuses on fixing a few minor but annoying issues in Elements (such as an endless reboot loop when installing the Visual Studio Shell on some older Windows systems) and a couple of Silver bugs, but adds no major new features to the core product.
Fire has also seen a few bugfixes as well as some small enhancements, such as support for the Force Touch feature on new MacBooks to invoke Peek at Definition (just force-press on an identifier to see its definition – very handy). As always, check out the full change log for there full scoop.
In other news, we’re still preparing our 8.3 update for RemObjects SDK and Data Abstract. A release candidate is available as Gamma now, and it looks like those bits will ship virtually unchanged, this coming week. New features in 8.3 include support for the “nextgen” Delphi/Mobile compiler, as well as for Silver. Stay tuned for the RTM.