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2014 in Review from a MultiValue Perspective

Published over 2 years ago by Elkie Holland
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2014 closed and 2015 is now already upon us.  New Year is a time for driving forwards but it's also nice to spend a moments reflecting on the news and achievements of the previous year.    Please find below some 2014 MultiValue highlights:

MultiValue and Python:    Rocket announced Python-U2 integration  Read more here

Evoke:    BlueFinity launched Evoke which enables developers to target their applications to Apple, Android and Windows devices as either web apps or hybrid apps (using PhoneGap) as well as desktop browser and native WPF applications.  

  • Evoke & Visual Studio. Read more here 
  • One code suits all. Read more here  
  • Creating browser apps with Evoke.  Read more here
  • Evoke from a Developers perspective.  Read more here  

MultiValue Gaming Innovation:       MadGenius Controllers took MultiValue into the gaming industry (more here)  with it's game profiling interface.  They went on Kickstarter for funding (more here).  The development team has broken the tradition of using a desktop relational database for their application and decided to use the MultiValue platform as their database of choice, both for their large cloud based community offering, and for the local PC offering of the profiling tool.

Rocket D3:     Rocket launched their first version of Rocket D3 Database Management System.  Read more here.

DBTA Top 100 List:     MultiValue featured in the DBTA Top 100 List (more here).  Congratulations again to: 

 

Now, here's looking forward to hopefully a great 2015.

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