SVF wrote:The 64,000 dollar question.
TAS seems to be getting all the juice. I believe there is pretty good progress being made but I still don't view TAS as primary to TMX.
Lets see if we can lure REX into a Conceptual Idealogical conversation and then pin 'em down for dates. I REALLY want TMX to integrate more fully. Injection is good for 'Copy' but 'Move' and 'Link' would be more efficient and productive. Also- Whats up with IMX.
REX.doug wrote:I tried to get Bob to respond to this thread, but apparently he ain't havin' any!
TAS is getting quite a bit of attention - mostly because every TAS user seems to have an idea on the way things should work - and we're still chasing down issues.
New devices, new OS releases, these are always getting a big time slice. BB 5.0 is an example: we wasted weeks chasing issues on the various "early release" levels, trying to make certain that the final release that hits the streets would work with our apps. When the final Verizon 188.8.131.528 was released, we got a copy the same day that most of you did.
We have spent quite a bit of time recently improving the performance and security of the DB sync engine. This work is actually not visible to most users, but it lies at the very core of every REX application.
The Desktop (web) app re-write is also underway. This also required some of the basic web-services plumbing to be re-written for security and performance, as well as simply conforming to current "best practice".
We have a (small) team working on the iPhone port of TMX.
We have built a prototype application to look at ways to make the touch devices easier to use (if you have tried to type a long email response on the Storm you know what I am talking about). Basically, this app would provide a method of expanding a macro to insert a longer phrase into the document you are typing. So far, mixed reviews on this.
Other than that, we still strive to provide a level of support that keeps you guys happy.
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