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Simplicité Software 3.1 — New major release

Simplicite Software 3.1 — New major release

We are pleased to announce the release of the new version of the Simplicité Software platform.

This is version 3.1, which is the culmination of a little over a year of development. The improvements affect every part of the platform.

Substantial work has been done on the overall performance of the Simplicité platform through a finer memory management of objects and their loading time.

Application development is greatly simplified with the arrival of a new multi-tab script editor, Of a module management completely redesigned profession and especially the appearance of Scopes dedicated to an application domain.

We are also seeing support for new platforms as a service coming. Cloud (PaaS), such as Red Hat OpenShift and Heroku. They are in addition to PaaS based on CloudFoundry already supported: IBM Bluemix and Pivotal Web Services. Note that Simplicité also runs on containers. Docker. We don't forget On-Premise with the official support of JDK8.

We have enriched the services REST and simplified access to business objects between instances Simplicité. We now also offer new native connectors to Salesforce and OpenDataSoft.

Beyond the usual Ajax, Android, Flex APIs..., we now offer new APIs OpenSource APIs hosted on GitHub to facilitate the development of specific frontends in mode DevOps especially with technologies Node.js and NodeRed.

More information on deploying the Simplicité platform on

Since the Simplicité Software platform runs on one application server, or several, we had to offer simplified administration of Clusters, it is now done with the new cluster monitoring screens and the node management.

Finally, a new graphic identity enhances the user experience by streamlining the interfaces without losing functionality.

This new major version has barely been released, we can already tell you that a first minor version is in progress. It will also bring its share of new features (management of EAN bar codes, new system parameters, etc.). More details coming soon. Of course, our R&D teams are working hard on the next major iteration. The road map is being finalized and you won't be disappointed.

In the meantime, you will find a non-exhaustive list of changes below. An exhaustive list is available in English on the Simplicité resources. Here you will find screenshots and examples.

  • Optimizing object memory cache management
  • Documents can be stored in a database: useful for cloud use
  • SQL transaction management by Simplicité in the case of tomcat.
  • Addition of a script editor with tab management
  • Additional protection: system modules can no longer be removed by default
  • Completely redesigned module management
  • When deleting a module, a summary screen containing all the objects to be deleted appears. As well as alerts in case objects external to the deleted module are impacted.
  • It is now possible to define a hierarchy of modules. This prepares the next evolution in module management for the next release: module cycle detection and the ability to manage the cascading removal of modules.
  • Possibility to define a reference URL for a module, which allows you to import or update a module available via this URL.
  • New feature allowing you to compare 2 application modules. Very useful for upgrading between 2 environments.
  • New possibilities offered on cross tables such as the configuration of formulas in the manner of Excel.
  • Possibility to compare 2 versions of a file (server side script, HTML, JS)
  • New cloud platform where Simplicité Software can be easily deployed
  • Red Hat OpenShift
  • Heroku
  • New OpenSources APIs based on Node.js and NodeRED
  • Docker support
  • JDK8 support
  • Google Oauth2 support for authentication
  • New connectors that allow you to easily configure business objects pointing to remote bases for
  • SalesForce Business Objects
  • OpenDataSoft Open Data Datasets
  • An object from another instance Simplicité
  • Updating the JSON webservice
  • New HTTPS call APIs
  • New call to Google Geocoding API available
  • Reworked graphic charter and ergonomics.
  • New icons.
  • Update the generic mobile interface to a responsive Bootstrap version
  • Bootstraps web page template update
  • Monitoring: addition of 2 SQL charts
  • number of requests per time interval
  • number of requests per second + execution time
  • Cluster monitoring support
  • Cluster Node Management
  • Addition of activatable auto-completion on each attribute.
  • Addition of a feature to merge 2 entries of an object.
  • Possibilities to search documents.
  • Deprecation of multiple jsps in favor of servlets