Instant Developer: what’s on the horizon

by Andrea Maioli on 04/14/2016

As Luca announced to you all last week, Version 15 of Instant Developer Foundation is now available for everyone.

In this version we focused on the things you asked for, to make your job simpler and more fluid. If you’d like to learn more about all the new features and improvements, you can read the release notes.

But for us, 2016 has just begun, so I’d like to tell you what’s on the way in upcoming releases, full of important news.

The first is in May. In just a few weeks, the final 1.0 version of Instant Developer Cloud is slated for release. It took us a bit longer than expected, but we are very pleased with the result, and we can’t wait to share it with everyone.

In this version you’ll find much more than an IDE. In fact, Instant Developer Cloud will be a true APASS (application platform as a service) that you can use to capitalize on all the advantages of a managed public cloud, stress-free and at limited expense.

This time it’s all included, native shells, use of non-public company databases, document orientation, synchronization, and innovative self-service training tools.

In addition, an IDE designed using the same user experience rules as the best B2C apps and various tools for integrating with Foundation, in order to capitalize on the special features of the two editions while developing your products.

I’m sure it will be a fun development experience that’s full of surprises. And we’ll be here to help you achieve success as quickly as possible.

But because we’re never satisfied, we’re also already working on the next version of Foundation, planned for late October 2016. I can’t tell you yet what new developments there will be, but rest assured that the time has come for Foundation to take an important step as well.

In any case, I’ll see you back here in a few weeks for the official launch of Instant Developer Cloud version 1.0.

See you then!

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