The Enveria project is being bought from Kaizen Denki Incorporated by the newly established Enveria Corporation.
More news to come ...
We have launched the Enveria project on Launchpad (https://launchpad.net/enveria). As many of you probably know, Launchpad -- like SourceForge -- is a free software hosting and development website, sponsored by Canonical Ltd.
There are no plans at this time to wind down our presence at SourceForge or anything, and in fact we link back to these pages from those over at Launchpad (for now). What you will probably find is that for our upcoming launch we will do so simultaneously on both sites.... read more
The Enveria Project saw its first day having over 100 downloads!
Thanks to all who are trying for the first time as well as the current Enveria community.
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:|: And don't be shy - remember to donate :|: ... read more
The month of February was a great month for the Enveria IDE Project and we saw over 700 downloads of its latest incarnation.
We also saw our monthly ranking go from over 53,000th spot out of 100,000+ projects on SourceForge to a little over 1200th. Our best daily ranking so far was 80th and our target is to get into the top 50 within the coming weeks.
But, as you know, our main goal is to provide the world's best software development tool and your support can make it happen. Download a copy, join our team or donate -- any amount of participation is invaluable to our efforts, but the more the better.... read more
Enveria Version 3 RC6 is now available.
This is a minor release. Some bits and pieces have been modified, but nothing major. We are getting closer to our goal in Win32 to have a version that can compile programs with no headaches. It's close, but still some work to do.
Get it here:
Our goal is to provide the world's best software development tool and your support can make it happen. Download a copy, join our team or donate -- any amount of participation is invaluable to our efforts, but the more the better. ... read more
Thanks to our new project manager, Joilnen Leite, Enveria is now available on the Win32 platform.
We have uploaded the source code with a disclaimer that it is still buggy. It should be possible to compile under MSYS/MingW with GTK installed and the SQLite dynamic link library.
Our sponsor offers a special Enveria on Win32 package, including binary version and installer. Contact them for more details (firstname.lastname@example.org) or visit their web page (http://www.kaizendenki.com).... read more
A report was kindly provided to us from Jean Steriti, a developer from Buhl, France working with our corporate sponsor Kaizen Denki Incorporated.
The report provides a lot of detail regarding the recent history of Enveria development, the underlying technologies used as well as a good overall perspective of using Enveria for development projects.
Thanks Jean for this fantastic addition to our documentation. ... read more
Thanks to our new project manager Joilnen Leite, the Enveria IDE will be available on the Win32 platform.
The first version is still somewhat buggy, but we will release the code nevertheless and continue to work on getting it up to scratch.
The Enveria Integrated Development Environment for Rapid Application Development (aka Enveria RAD IDE) has been released as open source after one full year of behind the scenes development.
The Enveria Rapid Application Development (RAD) IDE (Integrated Development Environment) is an intuitive platform for programming robust GUI (graphical user interface) software applications.
Major Features:... read more