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22 March 2013, 15:12

Wakanda 4 introduces Git and 32-bit server for Linux

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Version 4 of the Wakanda platform for developing JavaScript business applications for the web and mobile devices has been released. The project encompasses a database server, a JavaScript framework and an integrated development environment.

Wakanda 4 has integrated Git as a version control option in Wakanda Studio, which allows GitHub projects to be cloned directly from the IDE and permits changes to be published directly via push. It also includes the Chrome debugger for analysing and debugging server-side JavaScript – by entering a URL in Chrome, it is possible to debug apps remotely. This feature is designed specially for Linux users who do not have access to the IDE. This group of users also benefits from a 32-bit version of Wakanda Server for Linux.

New options in this version also include the ability to write data models in JavaScript and share them with different Wakanda applications. As soon as a remote model is referenced, all its classes, attributes, properties and methods are available locally. To improve administration and maintenance of application data, the browser-based admin panel has also been revised.

Some of the new features can be tried out on a demonstration page. An open source version of Wakanda is available, as well as a commercially licensed edition (Warrior), which is priced at $35 per month. The open source version of Wakanda is licensed under a combination of the GPLv3 and AGPLv3.


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