May 5, 2009 in Software (E)
[prMac.com] London, United Kingdom - The Escapers today are proud to release Flux 2 to the public, marking the end of development of Flux 1.x and the beginning of a new phase of development for the flagship Flux web design application. Flux 2 incorporates a wealth of changes in every aspect of the application from rendering, to publishing to code editing. No element of Flux has gone unchanged and Flux 2 represents the most important release in The Escapers history.
Flux 2 development focused on a many different areas and resolves many of Flux 1's shortcomings such as:
* Vastly improved rendering, not only is it faster, it's also now 100% accurate
* Importing of existing sites is now a major strength of Flux 2
* Many more advanced CSS and and XHTML features can be achieved through the GUI, and not text editing
* Packages, Plugins, Template and Layouts all contribute to making it far easier and quicker to get started with Flux
The Escapers feel that is is very important to get all Flux users using Flux 2 as quickly as possible, not only so they can see the improvements, but also benefit from ongoing development. It is for this reason, that all Flux customers can upgrade for free to Flux 2, regardless of when or how they bought Flux 1.
Flux 2 is a new and clean codebase for the application, and makes new developments easier and quicker, meaning that improvements and consequently new releases will happen much faster in the future. The Escapers wishes to thank all testers and contributors for all their hard work and feedback on Flux 2 and looks forward to many more months and years of working on Flux.
With a commitment to providing the highest quality software, The Escapers was founded in 2007 by two brothers for the purpose of publishing personal productivity software solutions expressly for the Mac platform, with a major emphasis on total customer satisfaction. Copyright (C) 2007-2008 The Escapers. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.