We’ve shipped VistaDB 5.0.5 – a rollup of defects reported in the last few months. Most of the issues were related to ASP.NET usage of VistaDB 5 but there’s also a query fix in there and a change in how Pack works to use less memory. Packs may take longer in some cases where systems have a lot of memory but this approach is safer and runs consistently in less memory. It also eliminates a few lines of code that are not compatible with Xamarin or Unity, which is important as we work to get full out-of-the-box support for those environments.
Our next VistaDB blog post (out soon!) will detail VistaDB 5.1 with some cool changes to how VistaDB processes queries.
The main focus of version 6 is improving the performance and usability of VistaDB through changes to the low-level engine. These improvements will help out mobile and desktop apps but we looked in particular at the challenges of mobile development to identify the most important items for us to focus... Read more
VistaDB 5.5 has just shipped with support for Android and iOS applications via Xamarin plus the latest defect fixes and SQL language enhancements. Read more
VistaDB 5.2 is now available with new SQL Scripting methods to support enhanced SQL Server migration and source code control scenarios. We've also added a built-in export to Excel and CSV to make it easier to get ad-hoc data out of VistaDB. Read more