May 12, 2008 in Web Design (F)
[prMac.com] London, United Kingdom - Flux 1.25 is now available with support for Ruby on Rails. With this new release of Flux, The Escapers have solidified Flux's Ruby on Rails integration, and added many user-requested features. Not only has the Rails support been improved, but Flux now handles PHP and JSP code in a new way which make Flux much more flexible for high-end Java projects and complex PHP-based pages.
With speed improvements, user interface tweaks, and brand new capability, this release of Flux is the most compelling yet and achieved a 5 out of 5 score on it-enquirer. Also improved in this release, is Flux's ability to convert HTML to XHTML, so it's getting easier all the time to switch over to valid XHTML. Importing websites from iWeb is improved also. And with the demise of GoLive, The Escapers are calling for GoLive users to suggest new features they'd like to see in Flux.
As well as new technical abilities such as Ruby on Rails Flux 1.25 adds more visual editing features, now padding and margins can be editing by simply dragging boxes, no typing at all! Not only that, but the code view updates in real time so you can see exactly what is changing in your XHTML. Flux also now includes another template, ideal for blogs and online journals, with artistic CSS files in two distinct styles.
Although Flux is tuned to work best on Leopard, The Escapers continues to support Tiger as a commitment to our customers continuing to use this OS. As with all new Flux releases, this is a free upgrade for existing users.
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