The demand for software customization (modification for specific user needs) is as old as the first invented software. It is virtually impossible to write an application that suits the specific needs of all users. Thus, adding the option to customize an application without developer assistance is an idea whose time has come. And it shines in business applications because business processes can significantly differ even in enterprises that belong within the same field of business.
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Released in 1C:Enterprise 8.3.10
We have changed the design of the opened items panel and extend its functionality.
Now it looks neater and takes up less space. At the same time its descriptiveness is not diminished. Along with this, the panel has set of new features that should make it easier to work with a large number of open windows.
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Setting up and connecting the debugger for debugging configurations on the mobile platform.
This was my first experience with the new debugging mechanism, which first appeared on the platform 8.3.7 (debug via HTTP).
What we need for this exercise:
- Desktop platform 1C:Enterprise 8.3 (184.108.40.2064)
- Mobile Platform 220.127.116.11 (beta)
- Windows Server 2012 R2 Standard + Apache 2.2
- Android 6.0.1 (Sony Z5 compact)
Note. For the purity of the experiment, I always recommend using a clean server with a static external IP. For example, Amazon Cloud (AWS) or Microsoft Azure Cloud provide you new server in minutes that is ideal for testing. It will cost you no more than $10-20.
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We have prepared a number of changes that should make the interface 1C:Enterprise more convenient and enhance its usability. It is known that the user experience is affected not only the big, fundamental solutions, but also a significant number of “little things”, which constantly faces the user. In versions 8.3.8 and 8.3.9, we decided to collect some “inconvenient trifles”, and improve it work.
The width of the drop-down list of the input field
Implemented in version 18.104.22.1682.
Previously, the width of the drop-down list of the input field was constant and didn’t change during operation. When you know that the representation of the elements will be too long, you can set the desired width of the list using the properties DropListWidth. For example, Customers catalog or any other list with fixed description width.
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Implemented in version 22.214.171.1242.
We have improved the design of buttons forms, and added a new visual possibilities buttons command panels. The buttons have become more prominent with small shadow.
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The 1C Company announces 1C:Enterprise Development Tools 1.2.1 beta. You are welcome download early access version.
1C:Enterprise Development Tools is a new-generation integrated environment for the development of 1C:Enterprise business applications. Both Designer and 1C:Enterprise Development Tools environments will be available at the same time. Applications developed using 1C:Enterprise Development Tools are fully compatible with the latest 1C:Enterprise platform versions. The major 1C:Enterprise Development Tools advantages are compliance with modern trends and requirements, rapid evolution of development tools, and extension capabilities.
The creation of a new development environment is a large-scale task. 1C:Enterprise Development Tools 1.2.1 beta is a successor to version 1.1.0 beta. It is an evaluation version aimed at 1C partners and developers.
The beta version is focused on application development for mobile 1C:Enteprise platform.
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This article is meant to answer a single question: how we decide what to implement in 1C:Enterprise platform and when.
We rarely hear this exact wording, but questions like “Why did you do this?”, “Why DIDN’T you do this?”, “Why don’t you do this?”, “When are you going to do this?”, “Will you ever do this or not?!!!”, and so on, come up over and over again.
OK, let’s try to explain how we decide what to do.
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This is an article for those who are not yet familiar with 1C software products. It describes the capabilities of the 1C technological platform and where this platform fits in among similar software products.
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In this article we introduce the inner structure of the 1C:Enterprise 8 platform and the technologies used in its development.
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